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Hi there.

I am design a Web Applications using Spring+Hibernate+MySQL+Glassfish.

I want some help on Project Architecture that what should I Use for Front End Design of Web Page(JSP or Servlet).

And If One of them is good with Spring then a Little explanation


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JSP is a front end technology(view), servlet is not, so you cannot compare JSP and Servlet.

It all depends on the project requirements on which technology to use in the front end.
Spring very well integrates with almost all front end technologies(views) like JSP, velocity, Freemarker..
 
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The answer to "which is the best ..." questions are opinions and not objective facts, so I hope you are not expecting to get an objective answer to this question.

Thymeleaf is a templating engine which has support for Spring, someone at the company I'm working at has used it for a demo Spring MVC webapp and it works well. Some of the Spring guides are also using Thymeleaf.
 
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Spring itself provides seamless integration with Spring MVC, i would suggest you should use Spring MVC as a best front end technology.
 
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Sharma Rishi wrote:Spring itself provides seamless integration with Spring MVC, i would suggest you should use Spring MVC as a best front end technology.


Spring MVC itself is not a front-end technology. It's an MVC framework, and you get to choose any of a number of possible things for the V (View) part, for example: JSP, Velocity templates, Freemarker templates, Thymeleaf templates, etc.
 
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Jesper de Jong wrote:

Sharma Rishi wrote:Spring itself provides seamless integration with Spring MVC, i would suggest you should use Spring MVC as a best front end technology.


Spring MVC itself is not a front-end technology. It's an MVC framework, and you get to choose any of a number of possible things for the V (View) part, for example: JSP, Velocity templates, Freemarker templates, Thymeleaf templates, etc.



Hey you are right, i misunderstood the question... :-)
 
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thanks to all for your suggestion
 
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Why should you try IntelliJ IDEA ?
https://coderanch.com/wiki/696337/IntelliJ-IDEA
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