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URGENT!.. Suggestion needed for which language to choose..
Posted 03 June 2011 - 10:25 PM
Front end : Forms kinda UI structure to enter data
Back end : Oracle database server
Which is the best framework, which can help me design a web based application, wherein the main task of the application is editing a database i.e. I must be able to insert data, edit data, view data and delete data in the database.
The UI will be a form, which enables the user to enter the values which needs to be inserted into the tables of the database.
I hope I am clear with my description..
If you think JAVA is not a good choice, whats the next best choice of a language you could suggest me with?
Note: This is an administrator level tool...
Thanks and I appreciate your help and guidance...!
Posted 06 June 2011 - 08:12 AM
Posted 06 June 2011 - 08:31 PM
Tons of people are moving from ASP.NET to ASP.NET MVC (similar in name but quite a different beast). C# (or VB) is what ASP.NET or ASP.NET MVC uses for server-side code, it's not something you'd use instead of ASP.NET (or ASP.NET MVC) but along with it.
ASP.NET might be a good start. C# is an idea too.
Most sites that use Java don't need it installed on the client PCs, they only use it server-wide (JSP or Servlets) to generate the HTML (not those dreaded applets). Not that I would use that personally.
I'd stay away from Java unless this will be an intranet site where you can contol the plug-ins that will be on the client.
@vindhyar: No one can tell you what to use ("XYZ is best so just use that"). It comes down to a lot of factors:
-what languages you already know or are familiar with (I wouldn't personally pick Java, but if you already know it...)
-what the server can handle (as nice as ASP.NET MVC is, if it has to run on a cheapo LAMP hosting package...)
and some more factors...
I would personally make sure whatever you pick makes it easy to validate form data both client and server-side (if they can share some of the same code, great), preferably has a decent object relational mapper (or at least has a sane way of doing SQL queries i.e. using parameters -- this is not optional), if possible have scaffolding or code generation from templates to create most of the form markup from the data model, uses a strong MVC (or MVVM) model (separation of concerns) or some other sane n-tier design/architecture, has a decent development environment / IDE / tools, works well with the database you're going to use, having some sort of reporting technology built-in can be quite nice (analyzing & presenting the data), having some sort of user/group "login system" built-in (in a "framework") can be quite a time saver (why reinvent the wheel?) and so on. There really shouldn't be too many options left...
Either ways, if you've never done this kind of thing before, I don't think you can quite imagine how much learning there is ahead of you (HTML, CSS, SQL, various techs/languages/tools used and so on) to do this properly (from several months to a few years). It might sound like a weekend project but I can assure you it's not... If you are in such a hurry as you make it seem in the first post (urgent!) then perhaps another tool would be best, or perhaps you may want to find a local business that will do it for you.
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