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During analysis & design you usually - for most of the applications - know quite fast which technologies you want to use (a web-interface or a client-app AND the underlying tek 'Swing', 'struts', ...). But sometimes it's not so obvious.
What i really like to have is some list of criteria or a checklist which i can use to check against my desired application requirements. And which guides me to the correct technology.
A appreciate any help.
Thanks in advance !
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