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Hi,

I'm new to developing JSP.. and i'm currently using Netbeans for JSP. Netbeans provides apache 6.0 automatically (or installed) and hence, jsp pages work fine from browser invocation.

I wanted to know whether it's a good idea in terms of industry standard to use Netbeans for JSP or Eclipse to develop web applications? Any suggestions in this regard would be great.

Also, im currently working with problems and concepts with JSP Complete Reference. I have a chapter here titled : "JSP TAG EXTENSIONS:which talks about Custom Tags, Tag Handlers, Tag Library API. Is this the same as JSTL ? which i'm very eager to learn, or JSTL and JSP tag extensions different?

Please give me some ideas about them. Thank you.
JavaFX :

I was doing some research on JavaFX, and in fact it mentions that JavaFX supports UI for Desktop applicaions, web and mobile apps. So would this be a good option to explore than swing for my desktop applicaions?

Thanks again for all the advice in advance.
10 years ago
I will look into JavaFX for UI for web applications. I am currently taking a course, which covers JavaScript/Ajax, JSF, CSS and XHTML.

But for desktop applications, lets say i wanna write java code and make it as a simple app, for example copy file from one location to another, or make a player like winamp with buttons and functionality. For this purpose, where an app does not need internet, and is totally desktop and portable (of course with java), what user interface would be appropriate?

I understand the consequence of web and development of RIA which is why im currently covering that. I also wanna be able to show some aspects of desktop app, like above mentioned with GUI in windows for example. Please suggest some paths to explore for such GUI. I know very little about Swings, and wanted to know if there are other options which would surpass it, or is it better to go with Swings.
10 years ago
Hi, i'm new to GUI programming in java. For most part, i've written console output programs. With improved reach of web technologies, i wanted to ask.. if i want to develop Desktop applications, which lets say have nothing to do with internet, what is the latest practice in GUI development? Is it swing ? since i hear most people say swing is out dated since everything is web.

So does this mean, java applications are now in fact coded as desktop applications and some other technology like JSP is used to deploy such application and give it GUI?

Please let me know as i have to start catching up with GUI development. Choosing the latest path, will guide me to learn one thing well, which is accepted as current practice.
10 years ago
Thanks a lot.. I have picked a platform.. java.. i built a PHP website but that was just because it was a class project and i didn't have much time.

Appreciate all the replies.. thanks again.
Thanks guys.. I will start studying Javascript and play around with it. I found out that Ajax just makes javascript code more dynamic, as in parts of webpages updated in background. But javascript is still needed to make the whole page do what it does in a website. Hopefully.. i am right..
Thank you.. will look forward to the replies..
Hi,

I'm a graduate student at the end of my curriculum, and looking to start my career as a java developer. I wanted to know about my chances best for web development.
I have to either choose javascript or AJAX for web development, and was wondering if someone could guide me about learning which would be better, to be used for web design and development.

Thanks in advance.
Thanks a lot for your suggestions. Although i'm a java fan, i decided to go with PHP and MYSQL since, time is very short. As far as Java is concerned, we have a course coming up next sem, and i will personally pursue the path of java.

Thanks a lot for all the replies and suggestions again. It was very helpful.
11 years ago
JSP
Hi, We have a class project which requires us to build a website for selling stuff, and maybe provide inventory control.

I wanted to know if we should use PHP and MYSQL with APACHE setup.. or does java provide a way to build websites like html pages, and access data from mysql.

The thing we need is to provide some functionalities to the database, for example: searching data. and also some triggers in database, which tells us when to buy stuff for inventory, like when level goes low for some inventory.

What i want to know is : does java provide a way to access mysql and also run scripts, which can do above tasks, and the time it takes to learn and implement this as simply as possible for a class project.

Your guidance will be much appriciated, so that i can pursue the java route, or use PHP and MYSQL combo.
11 years ago
JSP
Thank you @ Janeice. And yes, i wasn't going to delete anything. That's why the question before doing something about it. Thanks for your help.
11 years ago
Hi, can anyone tell me how to delete a post?

Also, if i post something, and i get my reply, and it works, Do i need to delete my post? or should i let it be there?

Guidance needed. I search for help on how to delete posts, but couldn't find it

Thanks in advance
11 years ago
Hi, ya, thanks for the reply. It was just bugging me. Anyhow, this is my first post, and i don't know how to delete my post yet. As soon as i figure it out, i will delete it.
11 years ago
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11 years ago