Craig McClanahan: Struts Or JSF? Struts And JSF?

Craig McClanahan: Struts Or JSF? Struts And JSF?: ”
The ideal scenario for existing Struts applications would be that we should be able to migrate, one page at a time (nobody has time to replace their entire UI in one fell swoop) to using JSF component tags — either the standard ones shipped with JSF, or from any available third party component library — to improve the richness of the user interface. And, because of the original MVC-based promise of separation of concerns, this migration should require little or no change in the back end functionality of the application (for Struts, that primarily means Action and ActionForm classes). Also, the migration should not eliminate the ability to use key Struts features like Tiles and the Validator Framework.”

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