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ooen 3Sep2004 13:15

What do you dislike about JSP?
 
I wrote an entire site in JSP, but I hear a lot of people complain about JSP. What do you dislike about JSP? Let's hear it!!!

shabbir 3Sep2004 13:40

Re: What do you dislike about JSP?
 
I Like JSP but the only thing that I dislike about it is There are no cheap hosting service available with JSP as much are there for PHP.

Thanks
Shabbir Bhimani

ooen 3Sep2004 13:45

Re: What do you dislike about JSP?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by shabbir
I Like JSP but the only thing that I dislike about it is There are no cheap hosting service available with JSP as much are there for PHP.

Thanks
Shabbir Bhimani

This is true.

Nowadays, pretty much every host has PHP installed(and Perl and CGI), but no JSP, which I kind of understand. You need to have another server like Tomcat installed. Generally, it uses more memory. It is generally more difficult to manage. Etc. etc. etc.

Too bad though. It's a great language.

libervisco 17Sep2004 00:37

Re: What do you dislike about JSP?
 
I somehow came to dislike everything that has anything to do with Java. It's because it usually requires additional plug-ins like that Java Runtime Library so that you can use it and display sites writtent in Java language. I hate visiting sites that make my browser pop-up a windows requireing me to download java rintime so i can see the part of the site.
I therefore think it's not really a good option for webmasters since it can reduce your site's publicity.

Daniel

ooen 17Sep2004 04:30

Re: What do you dislike about JSP?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by libervisco
I somehow came to dislike everything that has anything to do with Java. It's because it usually requires additional plug-ins like that Java Runtime Library so that you can use it and display sites writtent in Java language. I hate visiting sites that make my browser pop-up a windows requireing me to download java rintime so i can see the part of the site.
I therefore think it's not really a good option for webmasters since it can reduce your site's publicity.

Daniel

JSP is server side not client side.

pradeep 17Mar2006 11:09

Re: What do you dislike about JSP?
 
The troublesome thing about JSP is the configuration part on Apache Tomcat. If it'd have been friendler, life would have been much more easier.


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