Jakarta Struts For Dummies Paperback – 18 Mar 2004
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From the Back Cover
Reduce development time, increase maintainability, and take charge of your code Find out how Jakarta Struts can support your pages and keep the Java hot! Youll know more than beans about Jakarta Struts after youve spent a little time with this book! Itll get you up and running with the popular open source framework that helps you develop and manage Java–based Web applications. Youll build one before you even finish Part I and then explore all the techniques you need for a rock–solid, full–featured Web application. The Dummies Way Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear–out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun Discover how to: Apply the Model–View–Controller (MVC) design pattern Integrate Struts into a Web application development environment Use tag libraries to simplify your JSP™ pages Keep control with effective security features Reach users around the world in their own language
About the Author
Mike Robinson has been working in the computing field since, well, when minicomputers were popular. He has a master’s degree in computer science and has been an independent Java developer specializing in interactive Web applications since 1998. Mike is an adjunct faculty member in the Computer Science Department at Maharishi University of Management in Fairfield, Iowa. If he had any spare time, he would probably spend it hiking. Ellen Finkelstein is the author of numerous best–selling computer books on AutoCAD, PowerPoint, Flash, and most recently OpenOffice.org. She writes regular articles on AutoCAD and PowerPoint in magazines, e–zines, and for Web sites. She is an adjunct Instructor of Management, teaching e–business courses to M.B.A. students. She writes at home so that she can take the bread out of the oven on time.
Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon.com
The book is written against versions of Struts and Eclipse that are quite old now (Struts 1.1 and Eclipse 2.1). The Eclipse environment has changed significantly and many of the Struts tag libraries described in the book have changed (they have been renamed, moved or incorporated into other libraries). This means that you cannot get the examples in the book to run without a significant amount of changes.
It is a shame because the book is well written and clear but unless the author does a major update or you are willing to hunt for, and use old versions of the software you might be better off finding something more up-to-date.
I would not recommend this book. As one who frequently buys books on programming, this one fell flat.
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