[PJUG Javamail] Consumer Based Web Development
squirvoid at rainpattern.com
Fri Jan 8 17:12:54 UTC 2010
I know Portland is all about a friendly tech community, right? :)
If you do happen to go Drupal the PHP group is really active and a lot
of Drupal developers/users show up to the meetings.
Just an FYI
On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 12:08 PM, Steve Mayzak <stevemayzak at gmail.com> wrote:
> Depending on your requirements and skillset, I would consider using Drupal
> for a customer facing site. I know this is the JUG list so feel free to
> smack talk on this one!
> On Fri, Jan 8, 2010 at 8:56 AM, James Perkins <jrperkinsjr at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm getting ready to start the process of creating a consumer based web
>> site. This is really the first time I've had to create a consumer based
>> site. My original thought was I would JSF/Facelets to create the site, but
>> got to thinking this might not work out so well as I need search engines to
>> be able to index it. I've created web applications before, but they have
>> always been internal applications or applications that required a user to
>> log in and have an account.
>> Doing some reading on SEO I'm seeing now that an entire JSF based site
>> might not be the best approach. The main problem being you can't really
>> spiders can't crawl.
>> My question is have others run into this? Are people really still creating
>> static pages for stuff like this? Do any of you have suggestions on where to
>> begin or possibly a framework that would work better than or with JSF? I've
>> heard of PrettyFaces, but I think you have to be on a Java EE 5 compliant
>> server which to start we will not be running.
>> I've also considered creating a library to generate static pages based on
>> templates. That way each time a new item or category is entered into the
>> database a new page is not having to manually created and/or updated.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> James R. Perkins
>> Web Site - http://www.pjug.org/
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