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Roy Bingham
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How best to incorporate Java if i was to build a web site using it?
Bear Bibeault
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That's really too vague a question for any kind of substantive answer. What is it you want to do with such a web site? Narrower questions will get better, less vague, answers.

Are you looking to execute Java on the client? Then applets are what to look into.

On the server? Then servlets and JSP are where to poke.


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fred rosenberger
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also, java may not be the best solution for building a web site (i know, it's heresy to say that on a JAVA web site).

you should decide what you want the web site to be first, and THEN choose the technology, not the other way around.


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Bear Bibeault
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Originally posted by fred rosenberger:
you should decide what you want the web site to be first, and THEN choose the technology, not the other way around.
Well said.
 
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