February 21st, 2003, 05:55 PM
Re: JSP vs. PHP
Best reply I have read to this topic..urmensch.
I am in the middle of rewriting a couple sites that were PHP in JSP (one was even still Perl). Not much difference, except the speed. These are small to medium size sites that the client feels might grow to be large to very large sites.
Other than that, I personally like PHP but have been writing JSP/JAVA/Servlets for several years and this is what I am most comfortable with.
I recommend (if you have the resources) doing this:
-Try to have two boxes. One for a Unix/Linux and Apache. The other have it running Windows NT/2000 and IIS (or other windows server)
-This allows you to have several configurations available for any type of language you are interested in trying. Run your own tests and see which works best for your needs.
March 12th, 2003, 07:18 AM
Very good article...
I really enjoyed this tutorial,
I'll quickly proceed with part II
March 23rd, 2003, 01:57 PM
So far I have read only the first part and I think it really is teaching from the very basics. Good work Gentlemen.
The JSP Files (part 1): Purple Pigs In A Fruitbasket
The JSP Files \(part 1\): Purple Pigs In A Fruitbasket
Get to grips with Java Server Pages with this introductory tutorial and find out how to use one of the more powerful server-side languages around. This first part explains the history and basics of JSP documents, and also illustrates variables, includes and the String object.
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