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The purpose of these frameworks is to help developers build web applications systematically. They all support the design pattern Model-View-Controller (MVC) (Berzal, 2005). Leff & Reyfield (2001) explored MVC more in the context of web application developing using Servlets and JSP technologies. They investigated the usage, advantages of using MVC in web application development. MVC can provide clear separation of layers promoting reusability, scalability and availability besides minimizing maintenance costs.