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Thread: Recommendations for E commerce web application

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    Default Recommendations for E commerce web application

    I try to develop ecommerce web application for study & pleasure. The project is only for my pratice. Trying to create online book store. By Using Spring, Hibernate & Spring MVC.

    I need to recommendations about project suggestions like document structure & application design ,Data Model etc. Or other open source project suggestion that looks like my requirement to study.

    Thanks for ur attentions.


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    Default Re: Spring+Hibernate+SpringMVC

    I recommend you to use Appfuse:

    Home - AppFuse 2 -*Confluence

    "AppFuse is an open source project and application that uses open source tools built on the Java platform to help you develop Web applications quickly and efficiently. It was originally developed to eliminate the ramp-up time found when building new web applications for customers.
    At its core, AppFuse is a project skeleton, similar to the one that's created by your IDE when you click through a wizard to create a new web project."

    This project will help you to eliminate the ramp-up time and it has very good code to use as an example.

    Good luck and ask what you need.

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    Default Re: Spring+Hibernate+SpringMVC

    If you are looking for a MVC based framework then you have many options like Struts, Tapestry, Webwork and many more.

    Each of these framework have their own speciality and needs good study & knowledge of JEE technology before you start using them. If you have some specific questions, do let us know.