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    Default Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    Dear All,
    im computer science student and I already have experience in web development with C# and PHP.
    Now im interested in Java and I would like to work on java for the rest of my life.
    On the other hand, I found a project to do, developing a homepage for a psychotherapy.

    She needs something like these websites.:

    Moderator edit: sites removed as irrelevant to the qustion



    May i just use java from backend and JSF 2 for frontend?

    Can i also use CMS for JAVA like OPen CMS?

    Thank you for your suggestions, on the other hand I think if I develop it under Java, then I will learn something.

    Best,
    imdb65
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    Default Re: Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    Do you really expect people in a Java programming forum to be able to answer questions about a PHP framework such as Typo 3?
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    Default Re: Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    Sorry, no , i edited the post.

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    Default Re: Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    And why do you want to work with Java for the rest of your life when you clearly don't know anything about it yet?
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    Default Re: Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    Moved from New to Java

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    Default Re: Java or Typo3 or something else? Developing a homepage for psychoteraphy

    Quote Originally Posted by gimbal2 View Post
    And why do you want to work with Java for the rest of your life when you clearly don't know anything about it yet?
    That is exactly what I thought when I read the first post.

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