Sams Teach Yourself JavaServer Pages in 21 Days
Publication date: October 2004
Digital Book format: PDF (Adobe DRM)
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Teaches the fundamentals of JavaServer Pages in 21 straightforward, example-driven lessons. Sun predicts that more Web developers without Java experience will be migrating to JSP in 2002-2003 and beyond. This is one of few JSP books aimed at this group rather than Java professionals. Packed with hundreds of practical, real-world examples. Written by a proven, experienced author of more than 70 books on Web programming topics. Sams Teach Yourself JavaServer Pages in 21 Days offers a proven tutorial format to teach JSP in 21 example-driven lessons. While many competing JSP books are aimed at Java professionals, this book addresses the needs of the growing number of Web publishing professionals migrating to JavaServer Pages for its ability to create dynamic, interactive Web sites and separate presentation from Java code running behind the scenes. The book starts by explaining the relationship between JSP and Java Servlets and the basics of JSP functions and features. Readers then learn how JSP handles data, interacts with Java components, tracks users, and more. Later chapters discuss debugging, working with databases, XSLT and XML, using the Struts framework from Apache, handling binary data like graphics, and deploying JSP applications. Each topic is illustrated with many working examples that the reader can understand and put to work immediately. Throughout the book the author provides pointers to upcoming developments in JSP 1.3, due in 2003, to ensure readers are prepared for changes in the new version. Steve Holzner is an award-winning author who has been writing about Web programming topics as long as the Web has been around. He's written 72 books on programming topics, and has sold over a million total copies. His books include a number of industry best-sellers including Inside XML. He's a former contributing editor of PC Magazine, graduated from MIT, and received his Ph.D. at Cornell. He's been on the faculty of both MIT and Cornell. His recent books include: Inside XML, 0-7357-1020-1, $49.99, New Riders, 11/00, and Java 2 Black Book, Second Edition 1588800970, $59.99, Coriolis, 6/01.