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Thread: Why Java is better for web development ?

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    Default Why Java is better for web development ?

    In the second decade of 21st century software IT industry got flooded with new technologies, there are so many options to choose from that it is next to impossible to choose the right one for development.

    In current scenario every language has its pros and cons, some are good for rapid application development, some are easy for content management, some are faster than its peers, and some are secure. Therefore, considering the targeted solution one should choose the technology.

    So, Why Java is better for web development ?

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    The vast majority of the appropriate responses on the this one are from around 2014, so I thought of including some new point of view. To set the setting right, it's 2017, so I'm accepting, when you say building up a web application you're looking at building up a REST backend. Your front-end will most likely(if not then you're accomplishing something genuinely wrong) be React or Angular. So the inquiry comes down to which dialect ought to be a superior decision to create REST endpoints.
    The appropriate response is Python.

    So why not Java. Well however Java has some miniaturized scale systems, it's more probable that a venture will pick the more secure course with Spring. While Spring conveys increasingly to the table with each progressive emphasess it's undeniably snowballing into a mammoth mass of layers of wrapper around center functionalities. Spring is wonderful when things go right, however when they don't, well… ..

    Java construct cycles utilizing Jenkins take longer and their arrangement on Docker compartments take significantly more, accepting you've a ceaseless combination pipeline set up(you don't… .like seriously!!!)

    It deteriorates, incorporating your information science pipeline on a Java stack is a bad dream. You could get around that issue utilizing Scala which is control pressed with an entire pack of ML libraries and toolsets, and keeps running on the jvm, yet that still isn't perfect and exquisite.

    Java is verbose, dash cycles even in expansive ventures today request quicker generation cycles, not a simple assignment by any means.

    Bottomline, Java's is excessively of an abundance things for 2017.

    Enter Python… .drum roll… … .

    Pick between Falcon, Flask or Bottle.. they're all moderate systems and does exactly what you need them to do. Ofcourse you could utilize Django or rather hop off the rooftop… .Django's as pointless as Ruby on Rails.

    Coordinating with the information science pipeline, well Pandas and SciKit learn are industry pioneers. Quicker form cycles, quicker organizations, quicker everything… .

    Still not sold, well Python loans itself significantly less demanding to useful programming over OOP, or, in other words bearing the business is gradually moving towards.

    One little admonition, don't for a minute think Python is less complex than Java, it's definitely not. Never was.

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    Although PHP is good for web earning for career growth Java is better. Both languages are better and have their own prospects. Some developers use Java for making large application and some use PHP, as well as both, have the same functionalities.

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    What makes JAVA better for web development?

    Java and C both are object oriented programming languages, C was developed for application programming whereas java was developed for network programming. Although Java is derived from C language but it is more popular and performs better for having a disciplined approach. As it is said by Sun Tzu in “The art of war” that army will win which is more disciplined” C lost its position to java for not enforcing object orientation and less cross platform libraries.

    Java is structurally programmed and strongly typed where programmer needs to declare variable and data type for each value. JAVA is popular and has a huge community despite the fact that it is difficult for programmers to code in java as compared to Python, PHP or .Net. The disciplined structural programming with increasing features makes it perfect for enterprise level applications. If a business isn’t expecting thousands of users to access its website simultaneously then they can use PHP or Nodejs for the time being.
    Last edited by kadammanali987; December 26th, 2018 at 04:28 AM.

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    Default Re: Why Java is better for web development ?

    Java is very useful in web development. Java website not will be hacked.

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    Really depending on requirements and target.
    If you are developing for business or personal use.
    I would not recommend Java-based web development for personal websites.
    Why? It is resource intensive and too complicated for the purpose.
    Imagine developing classes and maintaining correct relationships between them, interfaces and any other view based technology.
    Java Programming is more secure programming languages as compare to another.
    Last edited by Marck; May 3rd, 2019 at 05:01 AM. Reason: want to improve our queation

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    Default Re: Why Java is better for web development ?

    Java has seen heavy use building enterprise applications, experienced developers to make use of. This means that Java can be used for a large variety of usecases, from small applications and single page sites, all the way through to large enterprise applications with lots and lots of data.

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    Default Re: Why Java is better for web development ?

    java is platform independent language,that makes java much more effective,compare than others,with oracle java is much more secure,
    mostly websites ,who needs large scale database is use java with oracle. Now Days Angular JS and Node JS is makes more powerful java.

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