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  Asked By: Hamish    Date: Sep 29    Category: Java    Views: 421

Can anyone tell me what is JXTA (as far as I know, that is a P2P
protocol using Java), and what should I learn first before I learn



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Answer #1    Answered By: Aaron Kennedy     Answered On: Sep 29

JXTA pronounced "JUXTA", is a P2P protocol designed to standardize P2P
communication,and it's open source.
i have quite a good knowledge about the protocol as i made few projects in
addition to my college graduation project with JXTA.
u can find more info on "www.jxta.org", and u can message me on my email if u
needed anything or more info.

Answer #2    Answered By: Ana Silva     Answered On: Sep 29

The power of JXTA is that it gives you a fully fledge protocol for
creating P2P stuff, the weakness is that it can take a /very/ long time
to learn  how to harness that power.

However the good news is if you search over the jxta.org website you
should find a build that is designed as an entery level version, which
does a lot of the stuff for you and it is pretty powerfull for most
applications and a good way to bend your brain into jxta.

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