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From "Hogan, John" <JHo...@NDGroup.com>
Subject RE: Philosophical question(s) related to STRUTS
Date Thu, 10 May 2001 19:53:20 GMT
In response to number 2
Java serverside professional developers can choose to wait until Sun
provides some kind of blessing, or they can think for themselves.  This
might save some people from reinventing the struts wheel all over again.
Struts-like functionality must be provided one way or another.  Remember,
big wheels turn slow.  Hope it helps.

JH

-----Original Message-----
From: TJM Todd McGregor [mailto:TJMcGregor@landacorp.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 2:01 PM
To: 'struts-user@jakarta.apache.org'
Subject: RE: Philosophical question(s) related to STRUTS


This article touches on some of the concerns you've raised.

http://www.sys-con.com/java/archives/0603/mcclanahan/index_i.html



-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Simms [mailto:support@javazon.com]
Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2001 9:44 AM
To: struts-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: Philosophical question(s) related to STRUTS


1) Is SunMicro going to be supporting STRUTS from a financial and/or
marketing standpoint ?
I only saw one tiny, tiny mention of STRUTS in the JAVAONE outline of
presentations I just got in the mail.
That bothers me.

2) If the answer to #1 is unknown, will JSP/Java serverside professional
developers take the time to learn STRUTS and employee it in their web
applications ?

3) If the answer to #1 is unknown, will corporations and consulting firms
decide to committ to STRUTS in lieu of their own frameworks and methodology
?

I am wading thru the one-inch thick documentation and I must say I am really
impressed with the work done so far.
However, as a consultant, I must be concerned about spending too much time
with this if it is not going to become a popular or sanctioned approach in
the webdev marketplace.

Thoughts / feedback anyone ?


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