Servlets and JavaServer Pages: The J2EE Technology Web Tier
by Jayson Falkner, Kevin Jones
Publisher: Addison-Wesley 2003
Number of pages: 784
A complete guide to building web applications using Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages. The book covers the basics including installing a JSP/Servlet environment on your computer, HTTP, HTML forms, JSP 2.0, Servlets 2.4, custom tag libraries, and the JSTL 1.0. The book also covers the most complex topics of error handling, design patterns, internationalization and multi-lingual sites, security, sessions and state management, database connectivity, and building sites that can produce multiformats of content on the fly. This book explains how to create applications using the Servlet and JSP specifications that are robust, performant and scaleable.
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