Best Practices with Expresso Framework using Struts

In this article, Peter Pilgrim looks at the best practice of using a popular web application toolkit, The Expresso Framework. The Expresso Framework, until version 3, had its own Model View Controller engine.

In this article, Peter Pilgrim looks at the best practice of using a popular web application toolkit, The Expresso Framework. The Expresso Framework, until version 3, had its own Model View Controller engine. It now integrates Struts, further reducing the amount of code that developers need to write. As well as having an MVC framework, Struts also has its own powerful custom tag actions. Custom tag libraries and their powerful bean introspection core further reduce the total amount of Java scriptlets in Java Server Pages.


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