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NewsPaper Website Development

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#1 Ankit_Tripathi


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Posted 01 October 2010 - 05:54 AM

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Dear Freinds,
I want to develop a newspaper website independently.Please Suggest me what can be a right strategy to develop it in J2EE.If we talk in terms of performance and scalability would it be possible to make my project with the help of Servlets and JSPs without using any particular web service or Design Pattern?If it is not so then which one can a suitable design pattern in J2EE that can fulfill my purpose?

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#2 groovicus


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Posted 01 October 2010 - 05:58 AM

The questions you are asking are very difficult to answer. Developing software is the same no matter what language or platform you want to use. You first decide what you want your site to do, how you want it to look, etc. Then you figure out how to implement it. There is no 'right' strategy. Do what works for you. We can't suggest a design pattern unless we understand your purpose. "Developing a newspaper website" is not a purpose. "Developing a newspaper website that aggregates articles from specific web services and displays them in chronological order based on a user's interests" is a purpose. It also is suspiciously like an abstract for a specification. Whether or not you use servlets, JSP, PHP, MySql, PostgreSql or anything else depends on your specifications. But if you really need an answer, I suggest the Mudball Pattern; it seems to be quite popular.

I am locking your other thread. It is impolite to start a new thread on an identical topic.

Edited by groovicus, 01 October 2010 - 07:58 AM.

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