Java - intend to start a debate...
vizion at vizion.occoxmail.com
Thu May 26 06:53:37 PDT 2005
On Thursday 26 May 2005 06:41, the author Ronald Klop contributed to the
dialogue on Re: Java - intend to start a debate...:
>On Thu, 26 May 2005 14:52:18 +0200, Vizion <vizion at vizion.occoxmail.com>
>> On Thursday 26 May 2005 00:22, the author Ronald Klop contributed to the
>> dialogue on Re: Java - intend to start a debate...:
>> & On Thu, 26 May 2005 02:46:29 +0200, Vizion
>> <vizion at vizion.occoxmail.com>
>> & wrote:
>> & > Hi
>> & > Ok opinions please -- what do you consider the best development
>> & > environment
>> & > for java given:
>> & > 1. need to have both server side and client side running java
>> & > 2. Using apache, Tomcat and/or Jboss
>> & > 3. Keeping data, presentation and processing in separate watertight
>> & > comparments
>> & > 4. Using sql (probably mysql)
>> & > 5. Heavy use of XML input/output based on schemas - output using CSS.
>> & > 6. FreeBSD 5.3 platform for staging server (probably moved to 5.4
>> & > production time (early 2006)
>> & > 7. Experimenting with Java 5 as well as 1.4
>> & > Arguments encouraged
>> & > David
>> & Isn't what you describe a development environment?
>> & The only thing you miss is an editor and a MVC framework like struts or
>> & tapestry.
>> & And Apache isn't very good in running java. :-)
>> & And early 2006 you can better upgrade to 5.5 or 6.1 I think.
>> On yr last point I hope so..
>> Well I would say that the output from the development environment
>> programs & procedures designed to control those tools!!
>> What are your opinions of struts & tapestry?
>Great software. I like the concept of tapestry more than struts, but I
>didn't use them in detail. At my work we made our own framework, because
>in the time we started our product the existing ones were very small
>still. But our framework is property of the company.
what do you think of struts and Oracles product (its free - see andy's posting
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