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i am new for java server socket programming . i want to build an small client server application in java . in this application the client is web browser and server is core java program . i am little bit know about command line client program that deal with java server . but with web browser i have no idea.
While HTTP is a pretty simple protocol in its most basic incarnation, building a browser as a client is very ambitious. Maybe start with the server-side and use an existing browser as the client. That way you don't have to worry whether the client or the server is the problem in case something doesn't work.