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Developer.com:
What Web Application Stack Is Best for Me?
May 28, 2009 @ 10:25:11

In this new article from Developer.com they take a look at some of the different web application stacks (including LAMP) and offer some advice as to which might be the right fit for you and your application.

Critically examining the underlying architecture for a web application is an important step in defining the end product. That explains why one of the first questions that developers ask each other is: "what stack are you using?"

They evaluate:

  • LAMP Stack
  • WISA Stack
  • Java Web Stack
  • SQL Anywhere for the Data Tier

They make recommendations for three kinds of users - start-up/hobbyist, SMB developers and enterprise-level developers.

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