JSP: The Complete Reference Paperback – 1 Mar 2001
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JavaServer Pages (JSP) allow for dynamic and flexible web development. JSP technology allows Web developers to cross-platform Web applications, and can be used to create interactive sites, such as a bank site which allows customers real-time account balances and transaction information. This is a reference book for JSP, it covers a wide range of topics to help develop powerful JSP pages, showing how to write, debug, deploy, interface with databases and how JSP pages work with other client and server technologies.
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The Most Authoritative Volume Available on JavaServer Pages
Combine JavaServer Pages with other server-side Web components to create and deploy effective, reliable, and robust Web enterprises. JSP: The Complete Reference provides in-depth coverage of everything you'll need to program and develop powerful and efficient Web sites and applications. Control the content and appearance of Web pages using tools like JSP, servlets, JavaBeans, and Java 2 platform servlets to create reusable components and simplify application development. Regardless of your skill level, this resourceful volume will help you tap all the advantages of JSP coding and developing techniques.
-Take charge of Web page content and deployment
-Develop professional Web sites for e-commerce or other Web-enabled applications
-Convert legacy systems to Web-based systems
-Use JSP in concert with other Web-scripting tools to maximize your programming flexibility
-Generate pages that dynamically exchange and update information in real time
-Simplify application development by creating standardized modular components
-Improve speed and performance of sites by using servlets
-Access Java technology like threading and database connectivity
-Fully support XML, Java, and other Web authoring technologies
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I like the author's no-nonesense approach and explanations in terms of real platforms (eg: JRun and Tomcat servlet engines).
The book is well structured, comprehansive, well focused on JSP/servlet layer, and provides the reader with exactly what it says in the title: "The complete reference to JSP".
Wish other authors could also be precise, rather than trying to be "JSP, Servlet, EJB,Italian cooking and..." and running into 1000+ pages of words with little content.
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Phil Hanna has compiled a superbly organized and useful book. He builds on concepts logically, and provides awesome examples to help the info sink in. (I can't over-emphasize the usefulness of the examples in this book!) The examples of using JSP Tag Extensions are particularly wonderful. This is perhaps the most confusing and powerful part of JSPs, and Mr. Hanna makes it SO much easier to understand.
If you want to learn JSPs and add them to your arsenal of programming wizardry, look no further! I wish that all of the technical books in my library were written this well.