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 * [http://www.superinterface.com/jspcontrols/index.html Live demo]
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 * ''Streamlining Application Development Using Struts in Adobe !ColdFusion'' [http://it.sys-con.com/read/166097_1.htm Article]  * ''Streamlining Application Development Using Struts in Adobe !ColdFusion'' [[http://it.sys-con.com/read/166097_1.htm|Article]]

Here are some of the applications that use Struts:

JAMM - http://jamm.sourceforge.net - Postfix/LDAP mail administration utility

XDemo - http://www.demozone.org

  • XMooN 0.7.5.1, Struts and Hibernate 3

Struts Applications Project - http://struts.sourceforge.net/

  • example Struts applications,
  • host Struts extensions and utilities
  • host code for the Struts Community

basicPortal CMS forums and more with 10MM users for Ziff Davis beta site: http://www.ogamo.com

The ADF Toy Store Demo - http://otn.oracle.com/products/jdev/collateral/papers/10g/adftoystore.html -

  • demonstrates Best Practises J2EE
  • Struts as Controller
  • JSP/JSTL as View
  • ADF as Model

JSP Controls Tag Library - http://jspcontrols.sourceforge.net/ Supports the lifecycle and provides the template for portlet-like JSP components. The Library does not require a portal engine or other central controller. The components built with the Library use Struts actions to process input data and to change component state.

  • Supports dual-mode components (non-Ajax and Ajax) therefore works even with Netscape 4.
  • In non-Ajax mode components utilize synchronous HTTP request/response cycle via Redirect-After-Post pattern.
  • In Ajax mode components are updated in-place.
  • Component reload in non-Ajax mode is completely automatic and transparent.
  • Transition between Ajax and non-Ajax mode is undetectable when Javascript being switched on and off.
  • Apache 2.0 licence.
  • Live demo

  • Short intro

Cold Fusion MX

  • Streamlining Application Development Using Struts in Adobe ColdFusion Article

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