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which is best and easy java technology used for web development?

 
Prashant P Patil Ppp
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I am the student of CSE and in this semester i have to do website project but there is confusion is to which java technology i prefer to develop a web project and which framework prefer to faster development?
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Welcome to CodeRanch! I've moved this to our Servlets forum since it isn't about IDEs.

You don't need a framework. For a small application, it would be overkill. Or you could use something very lightweight like Frontman

If your goal is to learn a framework that will be useful in a job Spring MVC is popular. It isn't lightweight though.
 
vishal saha
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Prashant P Patil Ppp wrote:there is confusion is to which java technology i prefer to develop a web project and which framework prefer to faster development?

start quickly with which framework you know.hope you know what is called as frame work . if you dont know any frame work and you want quick development ...you know jsp and servlet just prepare some if it meets your goal then name it
 
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What framework to use would depend on what you are trying to implement. There is no single framework that fits all needs.
 
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I agree with Jeanne - for your first project don't get all tangled up in a framework that conceals what is going on in a basic web application.

Download Tomcat and install it as an application - NOT a service. Study the example servlets and JSP - try changing them to see what happens.

I like ANT to control compilation, copying of files etc.

Bill
 
Sourabh Bawage
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frameworks need understanding about the underlying technologies(Servlets,JSP,JDBC).....
so if your understanding about these technologies are great...then why not go for frameworks and score better in your project....
(I know for small applications f/w are not required...but you can use them for the sake of marks.... )
 
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