Professional JSP Tag Libraries Paperback – 1 Apr 2002
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The book is for any web developer who wishes to create powerful and maintainable JSP applications. You will need to know the basics of JSP in order to follow the material: basic knowledge of sessions, the use of JavaBeans in pages, and some experience with writing JSPs is assumed in the text. This book builds on Beginning JSP Web Development and Professional JSP 2nd Editions by WROX Press.
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It would have received 5 stars, except for the fact that there are technical errors. Each one isn't major, but it does affect the text's consistency and fluidity. For example, the diagram on page 41 that reveals the Web Archive File Structure misspells a directory name where the tag library descriptors are placed.
Author: Simon Brown
Publisher: WROX publisher Ltd.
ISBN: 1 861006 217
Reviewer Name: Ravi Mahalingam
Review Date 23 Apr 2003.
Overall Value of the book: 4
Instructional value of the book: 4
Reference value of the book: 5
Like every WROX, this book covers different aspects of tag libraries
of JSP (custom and regular) in a detailed fashion. The author Mr. Brown
has done a good job to explain the concepts of tag libraries.
the book has useful code snippets that can be used for real
world problems. the book also provides screen prints of the
actual output making it easier for the readers to find out the
result of the code.
THE author has explained how STRUTS work and has explained
it in great detail.
overall, this book is a good reference and will find a place in
my office shelf. we are in the process of developing a jsp
based user application which uses STRUTS.