JavaServer Pages (JSP) are a popular way to deliver dynamic content to otherwise static HTML pages. JSPs are executed on Web servers and are used to generate interactive, viewer specific information. This title provides a learning tool for entry level programmers.
Essential skills for first-time programmers! JSP: A Beginner's Guide explains the fundamentals of JSP programming. You'll learn how and when to use comments, directives, JSP scripts, and implicit objects and how to build JSP applications. The modular approach of this series--including drills, sample projects, and mastery checks--makes it easy to learn JSP programming quickly.
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Gary Bollinger (Olney, MD) is the Director of Product Development and co-founder of Artesia Technologies, a digital asset management company. At Artesia, Bollinger is responsible for choosing and integrating all technology. Bollinger formerly worked for Sterling Software and served as Technical Director with system architecture and software design/development responsibilities. He is the author of several technical articles appearing in JavaPro and JavaReport magazines. Bharathi Natarajan is a lead software engineer with Artesia Technologies and has authored and co-authored articles appearing in JavaPro and Java Report.
Table of Contents
Part I: JSP Foundations 1 Introduction to Internet Technologies 2 JSP Elements: Comments and Directives 3 JSP Elements: Scripting Elements 4 Implicit Objects 5 Standard Actions 6 Tag Libraries Part II: Building Real-World Applications 7 JSP Architectures 8 JSP Security 9 Controller and Flow Control in Web Applications 10 Integrating a Database Part III: Appendices A Mastery Check Answers B Creating a Development and Deployment Environment C Creating a MySQL Database D New Features in JSP 1.2
JSP: A Beginner's Guide by Gary Bollinger
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