Re: Java servlet on browsers: dying or kicking ?

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Mon, 31 Dec 2012 19:33:17 -0500
On 12/31/2012 7:08 PM, Arved Sandstrom wrote:

On 12/28/2012 07:02 PM, Arne Vajh?j wrote:

On 12/28/2012 4:08 PM, lipska the kat wrote:

On 28/12/12 20:22, Robert Klemme wrote:

On 28.12.2012 18:50, lipska the kat wrote:

I spend much of my working life translating a clients business
into something that can run on a computer and the trend is now more
ever away from a strictly web based process and towards systems that
completely independent of delivery mechanism.

This sounds exactly like the use case JEE was intended for.

Well yes, I remember early days writing EJB deployment descriptors by
hand. What a hideous nightmare that was.

They could be generate by IDE's.

Or they could be generated by xdoclet.

And they were not that hard to write manually.

[ SNIP ]

Not _hard_, no, but quite tedious. Hence error-prone. I seem to recall
that back then (10+ years ago) I mostly used JBuilder - I have the vague
memory that it wasn't *that* much fun to do EJBs. :-)

Maybe not fun, but you got paid to do it.


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