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From "James Mitchell" <>
Subject RE: which one to buy? Struts books? Any ideas?
Date Tue, 19 Nov 2002 16:20:51 GMT
You need to buy both.  They complement each other.

James Mitchell
Software Engineer/Struts Evangelist

"If you were plowing a field, which would you rather use? Two strong oxen or
1024 chickens?"
- Seymour Cray (1925-1996), father of supercomputing

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> Subject: which one to buy? Struts books? Any ideas?
> Hi all,
> here is a list of struts books available, without being biased, can anyone
> tell me which books will be worth buying, and why? I'm not new to struts,
> although i haven't been using it for a year or so. I need to have a decent
> book to bring me up to date with the latest struts goodies. Also,
> preferably
> with some advanced struts stuff.
> Programming Jakarta Struts  by Chuck Cavaness; Paperback
> Not yet published
> Date added: November 4, 2002
> Struts in Action: Building Web Applications with the Leading Java
> Framework
> by Ted Husted, Craig R. McClanahan (Foreword); Paperback
> Not yet published
> Date added: November 4, 2002
> Mastering Jakarta Strutsby James Goodwill; Paperback
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