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I would like to have an easy-to-learn Java web server, with which I can create a web application to create/store/fill out online forms. I don't want to have any PHP and I'm very good at Java, that's why I would prefer this method. I already have a few solutions in my mind, but would be interested in other people's ideas.

What I also need is an API which is able to process registration from different social networks: Facebook, Google+, etc.

Also, I would the store the user created forms in an SQL database.

Any ideas?

  • Shouldn’t the API question be posted in a separate question post, or does the same software have to include this API? -- Or is it that you don’t need the actual web server software, but a CMS that allows you to build the web site/app (with the forms and the registration API)? – unor Jun 21 '16 at 13:42
  • To be honest, I'm not a web development expert. I'm asking in one question, because I want them to easily operate with each other. The solution I have in my mind is to use Struts2 for the framework, as for the social netwok API I'm still doing my research. – KillerZefi Jun 27 '16 at 16:19
  • I found Apache Shindig but unfortunately it's sent to retirement. – KillerZefi Jun 27 '16 at 16:34
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You can use Nano HTTP server, which is written entirely in Java. I used it for my Twitter server app with the Twitter4J library. There is also a Facebook4j library that you can use.

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