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Apache Struts is an open-source web application framework for developing Java EE web applications.

It uses and extends the Java Servlet API to encourage developers to adopt a model-view-controller (MVC) architecture.

It was originally created by Craig McClanahan and donated to the Apache Foundation in May, 2000.

Formerly located under the Apache Jakarta Project and known as Jakarta Struts, it became a top-level Apache project in 2005.

The WebWork framework spun off from Apache Struts aiming to offer enhancements and refinements while retaining the same general architecture of the original Struts framework.

However, it was announced in December 2005 that Struts would re-merge with WebWork. WebWork 2.2 has been adopted as Apache Struts2, which reached its first full release in February 2007.

Tutorials - Struts 2.x Framework : From Apache Software Foundation
Chapter 1   : Struts 2.x Intro
Chapter 2   : Struts 2.x Setup
Chapter 3   : Struts 2.x HelloWorld Example
Chapter 4   : Struts 2.x with Database
Chapter 5   : Struts 2.x with FileUpload
Chapter 6   : Struts 2.x Validation Using Java
Chapter 7   : Struts 2.x Validation Using XML
Chapter 8   : Struts 2.x Internationalization
Chapter 9   : Struts 2.x with Tiles
Chapter 10  : Struts 2.x with AJAX
Chapter 11  : Struts 2.x with Email
Chapter 12  : Struts 2.x with Interceptor
Chapter 13  : Struts 2.x with Hibernate
Chapter 14  : Struts 2.x UI Tags
Chapter 15  : Struts 2.x with Annotation
Struts 1.x Framework
Chapter 1   : About Struts Framework
Chapter 2   : Packaging Struts Framework
Chapter 3   : Tags in Struts
Chapter 4   : Exception in Struts
Chapter 5   : Validation using Struts
Chapter 6   : Internationalization[I18n] in Struts
Chapter 7   : Using Tiles Framework in Struts
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