J2EE-based RIA design
I'm new to web development, planing to develop my first J2EE-based Rich Internet Application, and have some fundamental questions to application architecture.
The back-end will run on a Linux machine, serving multiple (5 to 25) Windows PCs via Intranet.
- - Will these technologies be sufficient for complex and interactive UI, since I want to avoid Browser plug-ins and Applets? (OK, this is not directly a back-end question)
Back-End: communication with multiple clients, central application logic (including a computational-expensive comparison algorithm as part of user-requested work flows), hosting and access to data in DB
- - As performance (up to 25 clients might simultaneously request computational-expensive sub-routines), platform-independence (might run on Windows servers in future) and extensibility are important issues, I decided for Java. But would DJANGO or Ruby-on-Rails or PHP or something else be a sufficiently fast alternative to?
- - How can I find out about the minimal hardware requirements of the server?
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