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What is the difference between JSP and HTML?

Asked by G. GRAY, Last updated: Apr 05, 2020

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T. Moses, Copywriter, MA in English, California

Answered Mar 30, 2020

JSP or Java Server pages is one of the available technologies mostly used by software or website developers to create dynamic web pages i.e., web pages that contain information that changes. These web pages are usually developed in the form of an XML or HTML page. If an HTML web page wants to be created using JSP technology, it will use HTML codes or tags to create content that will be seen on the web page.

The same thing will be done if an XML page is to be created using JSP technology. JSP was created in 1999 by Sun Microsystems to allow developers to create dynamic web pages without any need to code. On the other hand, HTML or hypertext markup language is a markup language that can be used to create documents that will be seen on a web page. The link or difference between JSP and HTML is that JSP is a technology that uses HTML codes to create dynamic web pages.

 

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