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From Paul Curren <pcur...@cisco.com>
Subject Re: Heads up on new series on Gamelan
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2003 18:28:54 GMT
Hi there.

I believe JSF is involved at the V part of MVC. i.e. it could become an 
alternative to some of the Struts taglibs, but I don't think it 
specifies much about the application infrastructure.

So you could use JSF as an alternative to Struts, but then you need to 
write a controller of your own (so I wouldn't :-)

Paul C

hugh F wrote:

>http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jsp?forum=427&thread=404617&tstart=0&trange=15
> 
>Should we develop new apps in JSF?
> 
>H
>
>James Turner <turner@blackbear.com> wrote:
>Just a heads up that the first article in a new monthly series I'm
>writing for Gamelan (www.gamelan.com) was posted this week, the series
>is called "Succeeding with Struts" and it will cover some of the more
>advanced tricks and hints for getting Struts apps working. The first
>few articles are going to deal with DynaForms, indexed properties, and
>the validator, and putting them all together.
>
>James Turner
>Director of Software Development
>Benefit Systems, Inc.
>turner@blackbear.com
>
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>2003 Fall COMDEX
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