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I want to develop java web application which meets web 2.0. i.e. which has web 2.0 features. So, tell me what are the standards we include in the application. I know some elements named as Ajax, JQuery.
Are there any elements to be included in application?
What, exactly, is your definition of "Web 2.0"? There are so many aspects to it that it's unlikely that we happen to use the same one you have in mind.
Joined: Dec 21, 2012
Actually i am using servlets & jsps to develop web application & using jdbc code to interact with database. I am not using MVC(i.e. not using java beans). But i am using ajax & jquery in jsp files. I meant that are there any standards to achieve web 2.0? One of the guy has told me that your application doesn't follow web 2.0 features? thats y i am asking u.
Please give me the answer.......
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Well, you could certainly ask that guy what he meant by "Web 2.0". But I'm curious why you want to change your web app just because someone thought it didn't comply with some "standard" that you're not even sure about what it means.