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JSP or web Templete which one to use and why  RSS feed

 
anshul agrawal
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A lot of discussion is going on whether to use Templete engine or jsp for web publishing.
Because with JSP there is memory leekage problem and also web template engines scripting language is easy for non-programmer to understand.
 
Hrabia Paulus
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that's your decision which one to use.
I have an experience in PHP and Perl, and i wouldn't start designing a site printing HTML from any programing language. I personally use JSP only for testing. If you use beans which do all the job for you, you use JSP page as a template :-). But i like to share the job between webmaster tha't will do perfect page and dont have to care for PHP or whatever (i suppose he's much better than me in JavaScript or HTML, WML etc.), and i only take care for the programing side. Anoter reason to use template is that you can divide application from web design. For me it's perfect. Have a look at Velocity...
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Paulus...
 
Mark Stein
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if all your pages are somewhat similar and standardized (ie; content publishing), templates aren't bad. But if each page is somewhat unique in it's structure, templates can just take up more time... especially if the site design keeps changing.
 
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