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Thread: Where To start Developing a Web application in Java

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    Default Where To start Developing a Web application in Java

    Hi I am new to Java Web application development
    I want to know from where I should start developing web application using Java

    I have basic working knowledge of Struts,Spring,Hibernate and all that

    But Don't know from where to start actual devlopment and how to integrate all of them

    Any technical guidance will be nice


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    Default Re: Where To start Developing a Web application in Java

    Read about Session Tracking

    More importantly - these terms:

    Personalisation
    Privacy
    Recognizing Clients

    One library that may or may not help is

    java.io.Serializable
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    Default Re: Where To start Developing a Web application in Java

    Quote Originally Posted by kishor123 View Post
    Hi I am new to Java Web application development
    I want to know from where I should start developing web application using Java


    You should start at the beginning! The very first question you should answer about any software project : What is this intended to do? If the answer to this question is : "learn how to construct a Web App", then you should implement one of the many web application tutorial projects that can be downloaded from the web.

    To carry out a tutorial development, you will need a development environment.

    1. NetBeans-Glassfish come with a tutorial and are free. Indeed, Oracle is now bundling Glassfish with the latest J2EE distributions.
    2. Eclipse is more widely used than any other Java IDE. Tomcat and JBoss are free downloads for developers. Eclipse has plugin integrations for most J2EE servers.
    3. IntelliJ now has defeatured community edition of its IDEA IDE that is a free download. A home license of the full version is on the order of ~100 dollars. It also supports the common J2EE servers.

    Once you get the server and IDE installed, google for a tutorial. Here is an example : http://oak.cs.ucla.edu/cs144/projects/tomcat/index.html
    from the UCLA comp sci department that supports tomcat.

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    Default Re: Where To start Developing a Web application in Java

    One really quick way to get to fiddling with things is using Apache Wicket: Apache Wicket - Create a Wicket Quickstart. Just follow the instructions and you'll have the project skeleton running quite quickly. It's free and there are tons of tutorials on how to get started with it.

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