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Java EE6 My goal is to make web applications!

Martin Masd
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Joined: Sep 26, 2010
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I finished reading the Books "Headfirst - Java" and "Headfirst - Servlets and JSP". Because this topic (web applications) is so big and complicated, I would like to ask what I should learn next. Should i focus on Java EE 5 or Java EE 6. I know EE 6 is different use JSF+Facelets on other side EE 5 use JSP/Servlets what is more use JSF/Servlets or JSF/Facelets?

Ankit Garg
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Joined: Aug 03, 2008
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JSF was there in JavaEE5 too. You can create web applications using JavaEE 6 only using Servlets and JSP too, you don't need to use JSF...


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Vijitha Kumara
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And JEE6 adds some interesting features to it. Main focus is on Extensibility with the introduction of Profiles and Pruning. And covered probably most of the features provided by other related frameworks out of the box. I think It's really worth exploring JEE6.


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