Title, Java Server Pages, 2/e. Author, Larne Pekowsky. Publisher, Pearson Education, ISBN, , Export Citation, BiBTeX. This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples. This tutorial/reference brings. Author: Larne Pekowsky JavaServer Pages™ (JSP) is a new technology that facilitates the development of the dynamic, interactive, content-rich Web pages.
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Recent updates provide a number of new tools and techniques that will allow readers to get the most productivity from JSPs, with the least amount of effort. Struts and JNT The Standard Tag Library 4. Creating Groups of Classes and Interfaces 9.
Tags Learned in this Chapter 5. CD-ROM includes sample code and utilities. JSPs as Custom Tags payes Creating New Tag Libraries Summary and Conclusions 3. Basic Dynamic Page Generation 1. The JSP Classes Tags with Bodies Advanced Error Handling Inserting Data from JSPs 6.
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Summary and Conclusions 5. Speeding up CGI 1.
Objects in Java 9. How Beans Are Implemented Extending Different Classes Working with XML 8. The Article Page 5. Other User Preferences 7. More about Responses Making Data Available Ppekowsky an Application 3. Summary of Tags A. Automatic Type Conversion Summary and Conclusions 2. A Small Cup of Java 9. The Request Scope 3.
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