Java Server Pages: Your Visual Blueprint for Designing Dynamic Content (Visual Read Less, Learn More) Paperback – 1 Apr 2001
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From the Back Cover
The ONLY visual guide to JSP, Java Server Pages: Your Visual Blueprint for Designing Dynamic Content with JSP offers a visual alternative to learning to write JSP documents. This book is geared towards intermediate to advanced users with experience in writing HTML documents.
The Visual learning series' unique method of organising screen shots and text on a two-page spread makes it easy for people to learn new concepts and tasks. The step-by-step instructions and detailed screen shots also help to set Visual books apart from other computer users on the market.
Top customer reviews
If you are a beginner in java and jsp, this MUST be your first book. It will not be the only one, though, for concepts are really basic, but after this one you'll be able to digest 800-pagers.
Thumbs-up, made me very excited there are still things I need to learn.
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I like how each topic opens to its own two page section, breaking things down into digestable chunks of information. However, what I find rather annoying is how code is displayed in various stages of being typed. It presents the reader with the rather tedious task of trying to figure out what was added between snapshots of the code in Windows Notepad. To me, it doesn't make sense to have different shots of 15 lines of code progressively being typed out with explainations given for key points within the incomplete code. I would much rather see those 15 lines all at once and read the explainations of the points of interest like every other book does (and for good reason).
However, it covers each topic ever so briefly, often ignoring critical details that would leave you unable to make your page display at all! For example, in the Javabeans section, the book tells me to look up my web server for where I store Javabeans. Generally, this book follows a narrow track of possibilities and is best utilized as a throw-away training manual.
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