Interview Question: Why it is called Struts?

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Question:Why it is called Struts?

Answer: Because the designers want to remind us of the invisible underpinnings that hold up our houses, buildings, bridges, and ourselves when we are on stilts. This excellent description of Struts reflect the role the Struts plays in developing web applications.

 

 

 

 



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