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Hello!

First of all - my first post so welcome everybody!

Now to the matter at hand.
I would like to get a bit more into Java programming. So far I licked a few technologies and made some not very complicated programmes. I want to create something more useful and concrete.
I would like to make myself a little online shop - with a cart and all the usual things.
Now I need a little help. I don't know what Java technologies are best suited for this task. If you could point me in right direction I would be really grateful.
Thank you all in advance.

PS. I really hope this is a right place to post this.
 
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you can use very complete and pure java framework such as jsf or adf.
 
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well, this is a tricky one - there are several professional standard frameworks in java that you could use. The choice will be down to specific requirements, experience, IDE and just general preference.

Spring offers a very popular framework which is pretty comprehensive (and just my personal preference ;) so you could look at their "petclinic" example for getting started:

http://static.springsource.org/docs/petclinic.html

Spring also has a product called Spring Roo, which brings Rapid Application Development to the party and give you increased initial productivity pretty quickly (although, if you are new to Spring, I would recommend you spending time understanding what is going on behind the scenes and how all the parts of the application are being wired together)

http://www.springsource.org/roo/guide?w=intro#intro-exploring-sample


Other than that, check out Struts, Vaadin, GAE, Play
 
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