I believe the Velocity site has a comparison to JSP. Of course, they like Velocity better. If it's important that new developers be productive immediately I would go with JSP because that's a java standard that they will already know.


From: micael <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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Subject: Velocity vs. JSP: objective tests?
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 10:14:45 -0800

I have settled on Struts as my application framework, assuming that there will continue to major shifts in the future (like the shift to 1.1 has been, which I like). However, I have not decided on the scripting language, if that is what you want to call it, viz. JSP vs. Velocity or some other choice. At the risk of engendering the passions of the committed, does anyone know an especially reliable guide to the pros and cons of the various choices?



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