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  1. #1
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    Oct 2005
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    Unanswered: A couple of newbie questions

    Hi,
    I have a project that involves developing an online hotel booking system.
    I am totally new to databases, so i have a couple of questions:

    1st,what programming language should i use for the client-side?
    should i use perl,or java,or php?

    2nd,i have experience in computer programming (using c or perl),but no
    experience at all in developing web applications ,so what are the
    things i am supposed to learn in order to do this project in order to
    do this project?

    Thanks in advance!

    p.s:
    the host's specifications are:
    Sun Solaris 10
    Apache webserver
    MySQL DB

  2. #2
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    Mar 2004
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    I'd suggest php if you are using apache and mysql, they are a good fit and php is relatively easy to learn to code in.

    If you are creating a hotel booking system I suggest you search on this forum or others as they have been asked and answered a number of times.

  3. #3
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    Apr 2005
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    Quote Originally Posted by axel.2501
    I have a project that involves developing an online hotel booking system.
    I am totally new to databases, so i have a couple of questions:

    1st,what programming language should i use for the client-side?
    should i use perl,or java,or php?
    If you have Perl experience, by all means use Perl (with the excellent CGI.pm and DBI.pm modules)

    2nd,i have experience in computer programming (using c or perl),but no
    experience at all in developing web applications ,so what are the
    things i am supposed to learn in order to do this project in order to
    do this project?
    HTML, CSS and Javascript.

    --
    felix

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Oct 2005
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    Thanks a lot guys!

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