I have a simple photo sharing web site . this site is not yet live but will be by the end of the week my photo website is built in a lamp environment and I'm very happy with it however I want to build an interface for mobile phones in order to this it is my understanding that I'd best recreate another site in java which will make it much more compliant for interacting with cell phones my big request request has generated quite a lot of interest concerning whether the server side technology should be in java or lamp.. I'm interested in both technologies and have a favorite in linux as I am more familiar with it but I can't be convinced you their way to use either technology . Java has a strong history with mobile devices that I cannot ignore . Please explain to me why you prefer one technology or the other in this regard I will build a prototype of my photo website using mobi galore. I will then show this prototype to the developer perhaps and ask them to build the java version of my site so that it will interact with cell phones nicely . The amount of functionality I would like from the cellphone side of things is very limited my users need only to log in and view their list of photos and click on a list to see the photos within that list. that is it they do not need to be a will to delete do not mean to be able to the do anything else however I would like to have you to the integration with in so far as that they will be able to CE two videos that they've uploaded on the primary site I do not expect them to be able to delete or edit or download any the falcons or videos Ali to view them Mirer my only concern at this point is would juggle support you to be an inflation that is really my only question everything else celebrity shore that I know I'm doing thank you for considering my request and I look for to feed back sincerely , Terence
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