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    Lightbulb Which framework? Spring vs. JSF. vs Struts

    I'm on the verge of developing a job search website which consists of employers listing their job vacancies and jobseekers uploading their CVs. Both user groups can search the listings as well.

    Does anyone have advice on which framework to use???

    I have moderate experience in JSF but I have read that it is not suited for highly accessible website (such as ebay, mySimon, etc.). I read that it is most suited for web applications used in a limited local network.
    What do you guys think? is this true? What framework would best substitute it/ complement it? Especially that JSF sites cannot be made bookmarkable

    I hear that spring mvc and struts2 are two of the best frameworks. Would they be more suitable for my website?

    Also which framework is most secure? In terms of implementing user login security..

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    Thanks for the links Hack. The first one is especially useful

    Any thoughts about when to use a request-based framework and when to use a component based on?

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    Are you comfortable with JSPs and Servlets and Java in general?
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    Well to some extent yes. Although I feel JSP has a lot of drawbacks, such as validation messages and field binding,which have pushed me to look for another framework.

    JSF 1.2 + MyFaces first seemed as the perfect fit for the project but I discovered later that URLs cannot be easily bookmarked and from the readings I found that it is not recommended for busy websites (eg. listing websites).

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    Let me rephrase the question, does anyone know if JSF would support a very busy listings website??? Example websites would be good

    Come on guys help me out here!

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