07-28-2002, 12:45 PM
Hi!I don't know the difference between JAVA and XHTML....My project is about digital image processing in Matlab and I want it to be runned into a web world and I don't know what language I should use.
Could someone help me????:confused: :confused: :confused:
PD:Sorry for my english ;I'm spanish :rolleyes:
07-28-2002, 07:05 PM
Java is a programming language, XHTML is a markup language.
Java can be used to add program functionality into a Web page (it needs to be compiled before use).
XHTML is kind of like the next version of HTML. It is used like HTML, and you can put Java applets into the XHTML page.
If you are just needing to create a Web site, use XHMTL. If you need a program, or applet, to add specific functionality that a markup language cannot do, you'll need to use Java. It really depends on what you want for an end result.
07-30-2002, 05:03 PM
Thank you Gunny......only one more question:Could I use my XHTML page without being connected to Internet?I'd like to make an interactive page with XHTML where MATLAB (an image processing programm)can be used.
Thank U again :thumbsup:
07-31-2002, 11:52 AM
Sure; instead of being on a server, the page and its related files have to be on the local hard disk, and accessing the page is done using the appropriate URL, which in IE is simply the directory path.
07-31-2002, 12:11 PM
Thank U very much ;-))
If I'd like to create a web page with personal menus and options,should I use XHTML or should I create an own navegator?
I hope I've explained it correctly and you can help me.
Regards ;) ;)
05-31-2010, 01:40 PM
I think C# works for you, the syntax is like Java.
it have so many librarys for image processing and web services, and the good thing is that there is lots of samples and toturials..