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    HEllo ,
    i am totaly new to java, and i am maybe at the wrong forums, but i am hopping you could help me.
    I found one web site for which i would like to know what techonology is used to make that site to look that way.
    This is that site Iskon - moj lskon
    Is it Java ?
    What language is used ?
    How was achived that kind of manipulation of articles , i thought this could only be possible inside of flash .. ?

    thanks


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    Hello tonil, welcome to the forums.

    I don't think that website is written in Java. It looks like a combination of Flash, AJAX and possibly PHP.
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    thanks y JavaPF.
    Could you please tell me how did you find out that ? How do you know that ?
    I am using firefox and i clicked view page source on that web site , but i couldn't realize that this was done with those technologies.
    How come that i can't see as i i ususally do , 'Macromedia Flash' info in the context menu when i click with the right click of the mouse on any place in that site ?
    Do i need flash at all to use all of that feauters ?
    Sory to bother you :=) ... cheers...
    ..i am going to see what google says for ajax..

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    Hello tonil,

    I'm guessing it's using Flash because of the loading screen when you first visit the page. The whole thing looks very 'Flash' to me. You are right though, when I right click I don't see the Flash info but. Maybe this has changed now?!

    I also noticed things loading dynamically which suggests AJAX but if it's pure Flash it could also be a lot of action script. I'm no expert on this, it's just a guess!

    I viewed the source too. PHP is a server side language so you wouldn't see any of the code in the source.

    If you would like a site like that then i'm sure there are 100s of pre-written templates out there.
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    ok, thank you JavaPF, i'll go surfing again in search for those answers..

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    I believe that site is built using Java because.

    - It uses something called DWR which is a Java library for Reverse AJAX which can be found at DWR - Easy Ajax for JAVA
    - The HTTP headers tell me Jetty might be the application container Server: Jetty(6.1.16)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Json View Post
    I believe that site is built using Java because.

    - It uses something called DWR which is a Java library for Reverse AJAX which can be found at DWR - Easy Ajax for JAVA
    - The HTTP headers tell me Jetty might be the application container Server: Jetty(6.1.16)

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    That's interesting! I would be impressed if it is Java.

    I really don't know much about Java's web capabilities. I've never had to venture that way just yet..
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    Java has an endless amount of possibilities when it comes to web applications, I love it, and I guess that's why its my main interest/work.

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    hey guys... i just got reply on flash forums regarding this 'mistery' technology ...
    One guy told me that very most of the site content was done in jquery... this was the first time i heard about it and i must admit , i am very interested in that. ...
    here are some links that i found usefull ...
    jQuery: The Write Less, Do More, JavaScript Library
    jQuery UI - Home
    cheers