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Re: [ljc] Struts, Spring MVC, or what for new Web app development

From: Russel W.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 9, 2012 4:37 PM
On Tue,[masked] at 08:06 -0400, Alex McLintock wrote:
> I am working on a new web app project and trying to decide on the
> technologies to use.
> 
> There is a strong drive towards Java round here but no firm reason to
> use it. We are currently using a Java CMS but I don't have to use
> that.
> 
> In the past I would have considered Struts, or maybe hand rolled
> Spring. Nowadays I would be considering SpringRoo - basically to set
> up the first lot of Maven/SpringMVC/JSP and so on.
> But I seem to be the only person I know who likes SpringRoo.
> 
> So fellow java programmers. What do you use for web site development?
> Have you all moved to other languages/frameworks­ like Grails or even
> PHP based Drupal?
> 
> Is there anyone who likes Spring Roo or even Spring MVC?

An alternative to Roo is, of course, Grails – not owned by
VMware/SpringSource but they do put a lot of resource into it. OK so
Grails Groovy rather than Java, but the transition is very easy and
evolutionary rather than revolutionary. Also underneath it is
Spring/Hibernate/Qua­rtz so same stack as Roo.

A lot of organizations use Grails to prototype, many thinking they will
then rewrite in JavaEE or Java/Spring/… They then do proper tuning of
their caches, etc. and discover there is no performance benefit to a
rewrite as the caching makes things more than fast enough. We are
talking big high bandwidth websites here.

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Russel.
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