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rumana amin
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hi friends
good day to all of you.first of all my exam has finished yesterday n i'm feeling relax to write something about java.i'm going to do a project in java(jsp) environment.project name is "INTERNET BANKING PNB". actually i know that so many people have done this project before,but it is my final year project n i wanted to do a project to familiarize myself with jsp programming.so i select the project.please guide me on the project selection.IS jsp is right platform for doing a project on banking?some friend are doing projects on PHP .but i dont know much about the language.can you tell me is PHP better than JSP? PLEASE HELP ME OUT.I'M CONFUSED.ALSO LET ME KNOW WHAT IS JSP MARKET VALUE IN PRESENT IT SCENERIO?
 
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JSP is appropriate as a *part* of a Java web application project, but not as its entirety: JSP is on the view side, but ideally, no programming (apart from simple functionality provided by tag libraries) should be done in the JSP. The programming part of things belongs in Java classes (servlets, or in whatever methodology is supported by the framework you choose).

There's no reasonable way to answer a "Is JSP 'better' than PHP" type of question, because it depends entirely on what you're doing, how you want to do it, and so on. I find PHP is abhorrent as a language, but other people will disagree. Regardless of how you feel about it as a language, it's possible to write good, clean PHP (within the constraints of what the language gives you)--but most people don't.
 
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hi david
thanks for giving quick reply.you are right that JSP is a part of programming in java.but i'm going to write my project on adv.java n jsp is involved as a part of it.ok can you comment on this question that IS JAVA IS BETTER PLATFORM THAN PHP?WHAT IS PHP ABOUT?IS IT TOTALLY A NEW LANGUAGE?WHAT IS ITS SYNTAX?PLEASE GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE.ACTUALLY I JUST WANT TO KNOW WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF PHP IN COMPARISON TO JAVA? N WHAT IS THE MARKET VALUE OF JAVA IN PRESENT IT MARKET?IF YOU HAVE ANY IDEA ABOUT SCJP STATER YOU CAN HELP ME EITHER.THANKS AGAIN FOR REPLY.WAITING FOR ANOTHER POSITIVE REPLY SOON. GOOD DAY.
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Please KeepItDown.

 
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Please don't type in all caps; it's rather difficult to read.

Again: there is no reasonable way to answer a question like "Is Java a better platform than PHP." *I* think it is, but that's an opinion. I think PHP-the-language is horrible, but I think *most* languages are horrible: there is more to this discussion than pure technical merit.

PHP is *old*. How about you search the web for PHP and find out some information about it yourself? It would be a lot quicker and easier than waiting for someone to give an incomplete answer here.

PHP vs JSP job market? You mean PHP versus Java, because nobody uses *just* JSP (and if they do, run, don't walk, in the opposite direction). here's the TIOBE index:

http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html

(It's somewhat ironic it's a PHP page.)

Note that the Objective-C rise is due solely to the iPad/iPhone.
 
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