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Jakarta Struts Live by Richard Hightower

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Jakarta Struts Live
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Publisher: SourceBeat
ISBN/ASIN: 0974884308
Number of pages: 273

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This book is a thorough coverage of both the Struts MVC architecture and building each of the Struts components of this architecture. You'll learn to use vital features like Tiles, the Validator, DynaActionForms, plug-ins, and internationalization. You also look at how you can leverage other open-source technologies to improve your Struts development process and experiences.

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