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Creating a web application Java vs .NET

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Please forgive me for a beginner's question...

Java web application will always be implemented using JSP, Servlets and deployed on an Application Server?

Visual Studion web application will be implemented as ASP .NET and published on a web server?

Are those the options for creating a web application? Is there any other options to create a web application?
Jan 4 '13 #1
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For java, there are many frameworks available for we applications development, you may consider exploring JSF frameworks like rich Faces, prime faces or ice face. Web applications doesn't not necessarily require a full featured J2EE compliant application server, you can have a simple web container like tomcat.

Hope this can help you.
Jan 6 '13 #2

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Anas is right, there are many frameworks available for Java web developers.

But there are also different types of ASP.NET projects that you can use to develop your website as well.

You could create a classic Web Forms application.

You could create an MVC web application.

Or you could create Web Services with ASP.NET and then call them using Ajax to retrieve information...

There are many different types of .NET web projects that you can create.

Jan 8 '13 #3

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For create website using Java or .Net have many framework support.

With Java : You can use some best Framework : JSF 2, Struts2
and with .Net you can use Webform base or MVC.
Sep 15 '13 #4

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