Jersey City, NJ
I need some advice on building up my website. This will essentially be a online training website and want to build around new technologies so that I can learn and support them going forward. I am a Java developer with good amount of experience but do not have much hands on in the web world.
I would need advice about the technology stack that I should use:
1. For Front End - HTML5, bootstrap, ?
2. Back End - Server side - Spring MVC, Angular JS , Any other ?
3. Data base : no sql ( Mongo, cassandra ) , or my sql?
My website should support these features:
2. play training videos.
3. User session and content management.
4. Discussion board.
Will look forward for any suggestion. Once I finalize the stack with your help I will start learning them.
Hi Vivek (also responded to your post on NY Tech),
If you are planning this idea as a business, I'd keep it simple but efficient, easy to use and clean looking. You can always learn new tech on a testing Website that won't involve too many 'members'.
* User login can be a simple FORM to Perl/PhP script
* Videos can simply be HTML5 page embedded with older tech and Flash fallback.
* I use Perl sending to basic dataBase or text files, but MySQL works well.
* There are many forum softwares out there. You could build your own, but why reinvent the wheel. Alternatively, you could interface with forum services like Google offers.
Edited by Nickalf..... on Mar 5, 2014 11:28 AM