How to create a HTML page to hide the running process of software
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Your requirements may sound simple but will raise some problems. I assume that you will use a standard browser to access the HTML interface. Then the presentation layer of your application will be limited by browser capabilities. That being said you have the following options:
2> Java EE
3> PHP and some more
There are many freely available application containers. You could use Apache Tomcat for the purpose.
Trust me that the details you provide are very limited. May be you would like to consider answering the following questions:
1> Is you back end software already built? If yes, is the source code available , which language was used etc.
2> Have you fixed on any platform (Java EE/ PHP/ CGI).
3> Some details on this mysterious back end software.
You should understand that Java will be enough the construct any processing logic but there are problems if you want a third party api with no Java support. Without some details its really difficult to suggest a solution.