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[web] What's better, asp.net or j2ee

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Yes, this is "one of those" threads.. but anyway. What is in your opinion better for web development, (let's forget for a while about php) asp.net or j2ee?

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Both. Examine what you actually need to do with them, what environment they will be used in, and what the developers and maintainers know. There is no best between ASP.NET and J2EE, only which tool is best for the particular job.

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Sorry, but that is a lackluster answer.


Sorry, but its also the correct one, as anyone with any experience with anything programming related will be able to tell you.

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If you want a better answer, you'll need to tell us a lot more about what you want to do with it, your entire post is basically "should I buy a philips [cross head] or a robertson [square head] screwdriver". Anyone who tries to sell you one or the other based on that (non-existent) information is clearly either a fanboy, has little or no experience with the other, or works for one of them.

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ASP.NET's major strength is its developer tools, allowing for fairly rapid development. If you are content with doing something "the Microsoft way," the tools will make it relatively painless.

J2EE's strength is the diversity of (quality) third party libraries available for all kinds of different projects and development methodologies. It can be a bit overwhelming at first; the learning curves can be steep (especially with the high volume of buzzwords being thrown around). It's worth it, though, when you find a framework you like.

That's basically all I can say without knowing specifically what you're trying to accomplish.

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