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Few questions from Beginner

ligangligang Member Posts: 76
1. Tomcat and JSWDK , which one is better for starting development ?
2. Which IDE is better ? I use Kawa , but the HTML edit function is quite weak ?
3. POST and GET , what's the major difference , I only knew that POST is more secure and allow to submit long string .
4. What kind of validation should be done by Severlet , HTML (Javascript) , JavaBean , JSP ?

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  • gigsvoogigsvoo Member Posts: 328
    : 1. Tomcat and JSWDK , which one is better for starting development ?
    : 2. Which IDE is better ? I use Kawa , but the HTML edit function is quite weak ?
    : 3. POST and GET , what's the major difference , I only knew that POST is more secure and allow to submit long string .
    : 4. What kind of validation should be done by Severlet , HTML (Javascript) , JavaBean , JSP ?
    :

    Tomcat is a better web container that runs JSP well. JSWDK is a predecessor of Tomcat.

    There are tons of good tools out there, it depends on your budget and convenience.

    POST and GET basically do the samething, for more information n understanding, you can refer some HTML documentation.

    Servlet, HTML Javascript, JavaBean and JSP does different things, serve different purposes, for more information, please read thru Servlet/JSP specification at Sun.



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