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9.0
Tapestry

I have touched a lot of frameworks over the years, but none is truly simple in the way that Tapestry 5 is. Tapestry turns a lot of what web developers assume on its head. The abstractions are simple and powerful. However, many developers get upset when they can't create components dynamically (in a traditional sense) and get confused when they realize that they don't have to deal with get and post variables. But once you let go, you can't turn back. Life is better with Tapestry.

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8.0
Drupal

Drupal is great to work with. It is extremely flexible. This flexibility comes at a cost though. Out of the box, Drupal is not the most usable CMS. It requires a certain amount of tweaking to get it to where end users would expect. However, the power of this system comes from an endless supply of modules, themes, and users that can help make anything from simple web sites and ecommerce applications, to monitors and system mamangement UIs.

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