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Web Application with Github

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OK this is my first post here and I am not sure if I am in the correct place.

I am trying to build web application with a group of friends and I am really not sure how to proceed.

After asserting our knowledge and what we have read on the web we came up with the following solution for the application; using the following technologies.

Eclipse Neon (backend IDE)
Sublime (frontend IDE)
Java EE (backend language)
Tomcat server (server to use the HTTP requests)
XAMPP (server for database tools)
Github (version control)
Maven (automate dependencies)

The main problem we are facing is the main projects configurations and Git. We need to find a way to have it so if you check out the project then it can be run in the personal local copy. We know that the external libraries are taken care of by Maven. But we are not sure about the server configurations. Perhaps we could add a folder to the actual project with the server included.

Also we know that there are tools out there like Spark or Spring but we are trying to learn a little of what's going in the back ground before we move the the "easy" framework stuff.

Any ideas on this?

Thanks a lot for the help. Any comments or advise will be highly appreciated.
Jul 4 '16 #1
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Kara Hewett
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Spring, Github and Java integrate well as open-source technologies for an internet application. Spring handles customization of the database, json, and jsps through xml configuration files. Java integrates flexibly with json, java server faces and jsps for web applications. Github is free open source repository.
Jul 22 '16 #2

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Thanks for the tips I need this for my web agency shanghai based work.
Sep 3 '16 #3

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Hi Fredlo,

Yes you can use Github, we use it as well. But apart from that you can also use Wordpress, Margento, Drupal and etc.
check out our website to find out more.

Hope it helps. All the best!
Jan 17 '18 #4

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