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Nik Arora
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Hi Ranchers,
I am new to this forum.What are portals and portlets?.Waiting for your answers ranchers.

Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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A portlet is a small window that delivers unique content to the end user.

A portal page is a web page in which a number of portlets are assembled, all within the confines of a theme and skins that provide a consistent overall look.

A portal is an environment that allows portlets to run, pages to be aggregated together, and finally, content to be delivered to the client in the form of portal pages.

That's a pretty good start. Check out my signature links for some in depth tutorials on creating portlets and administering portal servers.

-Cameron McKenzie
Nik Arora
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Hi Cameron,
Thanks for the reply.I want to know where portlets is used?. and what are its benefits? and how good it is in market?. I have a passion to learn and implement new technologies.Please reply.

Thanks & Regards,
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