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Oracle APEX vs .NET vs J2EE

 
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Hi ranchers,

Oracle APEX vs .NET vs J2EE
Could you explain the advantages and disadvantages between them?
Oracle APEX says: using only a web browser and limited programming experience, you can develop and deploy professional applications that are both fast and secure...
and if i have understood right -- your time is not going to lose for configuration anymore... Do we really need to pass to Oracle APEX?

Thanks in advance!
 
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Not exactly a meaningless drivel question. Let me move this topic to application frameworks for you.

Henry
 
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