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From "Edwin Quita" <edwin.qu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: new to Struts
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2008 16:03:07 GMT
I would suggest you go straight towards Struts 2, it's simpler, you're
shielded from the dirty stuffs involved with the request and response
objects.  It also has spring integration and so make it easier for you
to integrate the model layer for your web app.

On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 7:25 AM, gbattine <gbattine@alice.it> wrote:
>
> Hello guys,
> I need an information.
> I'm going to learn struts..
> I need some info, please help me:
>
> 1) what do you hint to me, to start from Struts 1.1 and later move to Struts
> 2.0, or starting from Struts 2.0?
> 2) I usually use Netbeans. Is there an editor WYSIWHG for Netbeans, to use
> Struts?
> 3) I know ASP.NET technology and I used lot of already developed components,
> like editable grid, dropdown list and so on...does exists such component for
> struts?where I can download them?
>
> Thanks,
> Regards
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