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Wednesday
May072008

Studs - A Struts port to PHP

Gleaned from reading a Twitter feed from JavaOne... Apparently there is a struts port called 'Studs' for PHP. Fascinating! I'm going to have to take a look at that one for kicks. The configuration looks remarkably like struts 1.x... Here is The Quick Start Guide. The Project exists at http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/studs/.

Update 5/9/08: Note, the mailing lists for development seem to have dropped off since 2006, and questions asked up until 2007 but that's it. So an interesting thing, but who knows...

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Doing Java now for 9 years and working mostly with struts. Started using studs for PHP development and what a pleasure. It works great, plus you feel at home the moment you start.

November 9, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterCyberSpider

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