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Kush Bush
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i have to develop a web app having a oracle database , and server side language as java. I am very confused as whether i should use only servlets and jsp in my app ,or use JSF ,JSTL in my app ,as i am new to JavaEE,and i also heard about the spring framework. I am not able to get my head around these things , can anyone please help me decide what should i use , this app will only be used to enter data and update it from database
 
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Forget about JSF and Spring for now. Focus on servlets and JSP. JSTL and EL are needed for JSP so that's part of the mix, too. Avoid using scriptlets at all cost. This book is a good place to start, but you can probably skip the first several chapters that cover scriptlets. If you have to support legacy apps that use scriptlets, then you can come back and study those chapters later, but don't do any new development with them.
 
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J. Kevin has given you good advice. In addition I would recommend reading
  • The Secret Life of JSPs
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    Kevin thanks for your advice,i am planning to use angular js , will that work fine with JSP
     
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    It's an odd choice to be mixing AngularJS with JSP. With AngluarJS, one usually creates SPAs in which templating is done on the client from data gathered from a RESTful API. What would you use JSP for in such an application?
     
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