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Re: [ljc] Introduction to Java Training Course

From: John S.
Sent on: Thursday, May 31, 2012 8:31 AM
Hello Lakhjeet,
Java was designed with the web in mind (back in the early 1990's) and many projects have been created that help a developer create dynamic data driven websites, these projects are often referred to as frameworks.

For a new Java or Scala project, I suggest looking at the Play Framework  It is nicely documented and is designed to use other great libraries for the web such as Google Closures.

Many existing Java web projects are based on Struts, Webwork, Java Server Faces (JSF), Tapestry, ...).  These take slightly different approaches and all have their benefits and challenges.  There is a comparison of some of these Java frameworks on Wikipedia, but not sure how up to date it is.

If you do anything visual for the web, then you should also learn JavaScript (and perhaps CoffeeSrcipt & Node.js) as well as some HTML5.  Or find some great open source projects that you can use with these technologies -,, ...

Hope this helps.

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On 30 May[masked]:35, Lakhjeet Samra <[address removed]> wrote:
Hi   everyone
Is Java a good language  for developing websites.
Any suggestions

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