[PJUG Javamail] Question on which Java web frameworks to learn
Chris Kessel/Lou Doherty
chriskessel at verizon.net
Sun Feb 8 18:24:57 UTC 2009
I'd echo that, though Spring is a pretty key framework these days (though
not specifically web related).
I'd make sure you understand thoroughly how reflection works since that's
how most frameworks end up getting/setting data, creating objects, use
dynamically created proxies that delegate, etc. If you can understand how
the frameworks are getting things done, it feels less magical when you're
trying to debug.
From: javamail-bounces at pjug.org [mailto:javamail-bounces at pjug.org] On Behalf
Of Patrick Lightbody
Sent: Sunday, February 08, 2009 9:43 AM
To: Aaron Getz
Cc: javamail at pjug.org
Subject: Re: [PJUG Javamail] Question on which Java web frameworks to learn
My advice would be to not worry too much on a specific web framework and
instead make sure you know the fundamentals of both Java and
project, such as ORBlogs.
On Sat, Feb 7, 2009 at 2:46 PM, Aaron Getz <getza1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm wanting to start learning more about Java web frameworks to
> increase my knowledge base and chances for finding other employment
> I'm curious if anyone can give me a better idea of which frameworks to
> look at. In reality some companies have legacy apps that use Struts,
> etc. I already have two books, one on Tapestry and one on WebWork.
> So I was going to look into those frameworks. Would it be worth it to
> learn something like Struts or should I focus on newer frameworks like
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