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Struts Kick Start by Kevin Bedell, James Turner

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Conclusions

This chapter presented a complete, but basic, first Struts application. Its goal was to enable a programmer with a basic understanding of Java and JSP development to quickly come up to speed on how to build applications using Struts.

Specific information presented in the chapter included:

  • The application requirements—these were basic and were designed to provide a little bit of functionality in each of the Model, View, and Controller components.

  • How to analyze application requirements and break them down into components using the Model-View-Controller framework provided by Struts. A primary strength of Struts is the mental framework it provides, which enables developers to quickly break an application into components for development. ...

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