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Jucas is a web-framework which brings together the pull MVC concept with component orientated design GUI programming.

Struts (like other Model II frameworks) have brought the separation between View and Model and Controler to the web programming. On the other hand recent frameworks like Java Server Faces (JSF) or ASP.NET try to provide the advantages of object (component) orientated GUI-Design known from 'fat-client' apis like Swing or Visual Basic (stateful objects, event-mechanismus).

Jucas combines both approaches. Stateful components (JavaBeans) are used to represent the model and the controller and templates use this components to render the view.

URL: http://jucas.sourceforge.net/
Licence: Apache License


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