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Old October 24th, 2015, 06:41 AM
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Unhappy Java EE exercises without a server on localhost

Hello,

I was wondering if there existed any possibility to do the hands-on Java EE exercises without installing a server on my laptop. Something similar to Oracle Java Cloud, but free (or at least cheaper).

Thanks for any comments.

Cristina
 
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Hi Cristina,

Check out OpenShift, they offer free developer accounts. www.openshift.com
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Hi,

Thank you for your advice. I did make an account at OpenShift, but I'm not very happy with having to install Ruby on my computer in order to use it.

I think I'll give a try to Azure during the end-of-year holiday.

All the best,

Cristina
 
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I don't know why you don't want to install a server on your laptop.
But, i know that JAVA EE components are server side components (Servelets, JSPs, EJBs).
You need at least if you don't use EJBs to install a servelet container like tomcat.





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