Java - intend to start a debate...
Andy (Aleksander) Rozman
andy at triera.net
Thu May 26 08:26:04 PDT 2005
At 02:46 AM 5/26/2005, you wrote:
>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 programs
>2. Using apache, Tomcat and/or Jboss
>3. Keeping data, presentation and processing in separate watertight
>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 before
>production time (early 2006)
>7. Experimenting with Java 5 as well as 1.4
Hi David !
Since you want to use all this technologies, you should probably use
JDeveloper. It's from Oracle and it has support for creating java database
driven applications of any kind (application, JSP, EJBs), it has internal
servers for testing and debugging and it's quite easy to use. It's little
weak on creating java GUI though (for application or applet), but not many
developer tools can do that... It runs on windows. linux, I even made it
run on FreeBSD... If you plan to use struts in future, it also support
that, and the best it's free, but size of full package is around 250 Mb...
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