JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology provides an easy way to create dynamic web pages. JSP uses a component-based approach that allows web developers to easily combine static HTML for look-and-feel with Java components for dynamic features. The simplicity of this component-based model, combined with the cross-platform power of Java, allows a web development environment with enormous potential.JavaServer Pages shows how to develop Java-based web applications without having to be a hardcore programmer. The author provides an overview of JSP concepts and discusses how JSP fits into the larger picture of web applications. Web page authors will benefit from the chapters on generating dynamic content, handling session information, accessing databases, authenticating users, and personalizing content. In the programming-oriented chapters, Java programmers learn how to create Java components and custom JSP tags for web authors to use in JSP pages.
About: Covers the JSP Standard Tag Library, the use of Java servlets to create portable Web applications, the Apache Tomcat server, JSP syntax and features, error handling, authentication, and database access.
About: Offers complete instruction in how to design and build dynamic Web pages and applications with the help of JavaServer Pages, discussing JSP concepts and explaining how to use JSP to develop dynamic content for the Web, troubleshoot and handle errors, generate session information, handle database access, and insure support for internationalism.
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