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Welcome to the Struts Wiki

The goal of the Struts project is to provide an open source framework for building web applications. The core of the Struts framework is a flexible control layer based on standard technologies such as Java Servlets, JavaBeans, resource bundles, and the Extensible Markup Language (XML). These community-driven wiki pages provide a collaboration point between Struts users and developers to help share tips, best practices, and future ideas.

Struts Official Website

Struts Success Stories

Struts Extensions And Libraries

Annotated documentation

  • StrutsDocComments – Comments for the Struts Documentation, examples, how-tos, diagrams, code samples, proposals and best practices; a knowledge base defined around Struts User's Guide. Contribute your own notes to any part of documentation, but please do not ask question here, use mailing list for questions.

Struts Articles, Tutorials, FAQ's and Tips

Project Maintenance and Resources

Future Ideas

Training And consultants

Integration With Other Frameworks

Tools and IDEs



Shale Framework

Historic proposals and discussions on future Struts architecture

  • StrutsWhiteboard – Project proposals and discussion
  • StrutsShale – A proposal for a next generation Struts architecture
  • StrutsTi – A proposal and discussion pages for a next generation Struts architecture focusing on simplicity
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