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Malhar Barai
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hi buddies..
i know i m going bit far from what this forum intends me to do...but i m stuck on this...unable to decide which tech. to use for my next project...
can anyone point me the diff. between PHP & my dearest Servlets..(i wud like to continue using Servlets )...
pls..this is urgent
tia
malhar
William Brogden
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But you have not described the project or why PHP might be a good solution for it! How can we advise you?
Andres Gonzalez
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I'd say that if your website is intented to be small, you can use PHP. The problem is that when your website starts to grow and you need to add more functionality to it, you end up having the html page full of php code, and this is very hard to maintain.
I'd go for jsp + servlets + javabeans (Model II or Model View Controler). You achieve the separation of presentation logic and application, and the maintainability is much simpler than using php. If you develop your pages well, you'll have minimum of java code in your .jsp files.
It depends of what you want as well... we need more info.
That's my opinion
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