Dave Tolls wrote:It all depends what you want to do, but far and away the most jobs in Java are server side.
No. If you are looking for a job and there are more server side jobs then learning server side programming is a higher priority. But you will still find GUI frameworks interesting to learn.
Puspender Tanwar wrote:. . . Exactly, i think there are no jobs on application development using java. So, learning javaFX/Swing is not fully worthy . Am I right ?
Agree. If you are new to GUIs go straight for JavaFX.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:. . . I use Swing because I have a lot of experience with it, but if I hadn't, I'd probably just learn JavaFX.
Stephan van Hulst wrote:This sounds perfect as an MVC web application. You can write the entire thing using servlets, using a framework such as Spring MVC. You could host the application on a server inside your organization, and the members can then just access it through their browsers.
Can I write the entire project perfectly using Servlet & JSP (without using Spring framework) ?
What if that organization don't have their personal server ?