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Servlet And JSP (A Tutorial)

Servlet and JavaServer Pages (JSP) are the underlying technologies for developing web applications in Java. They are essential for any programmer to master in order to effectively use frameworks such as JavaServer Faces, Struts 2, or Spring MVC.Covering Servlet 3.0 and JSP 2.2, this book explains the important programming concepts and design models in Java web development as well as related technologies and new features in the latest versions of Servlet and JSP. With comprehensive coverage and a lot of examples, this book is a guide to building real-world applications. Topics discussed in this book include:- The Servlet API- JSP syntax and scripting elements.- Session management- The Expression Language- JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL)- Custom tags and tag files- Filters and listeners- Application design- Connection pooling- Dependency injection- File upload and programmatic file download- Asynchronous processing- Security- Deployment and the deployment descriptor- Dynamic registration- Servlet container initializers

File Size: 5371 KB

Print Length: 630 pages

Publisher: Brainy Software (January 23, 2012)

Publication Date: January 23, 2012

Sold by:  Digital Services LLC

Language: English

ASIN: B0071CW080

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Best Sellers Rank: #412,544 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store) #7 in Books > Computers & Technology > Programming > Languages & Tools > Java > Servlets #8 in Books > Computers & Technology > Programming > Web Programming > Java Server Pages #1752 in Books > Computers & Technology > Networking & Cloud Computing > Internet, Groupware, & Telecommunications

As a Java developer I've been using plenty of web frameworks over recent years. Every single of them was either using JSP, or was built on the top of Servlets or at least required some configuration in deployment descriptor. Even though I felt quite productive, there have always been present these little things that kept bothering me. If you often happen to see stack traces ending somewhere in servlet classes you know what I am talking about. After some time I realized that it might be good idea to dive into the basics and try to understand the pillar stones of the specification that many frameworks utilize. So I got this book.The book is extremely well structured and the order of chapters makes perfect sense. Each chapter starts with gentle introduction to the problem, properly describes the most important use cases of the core components and ends up with fine-grained details that you might refer to in the future. Chapters have very reasonable length and provided examples are clear. With correct zoom even the Kindle version has proper formatting, which seems (unfortunately) kinda rare in tech books.The only thing that was disturbing me was that author was using fully-qualified class names in API descriptions, even for java.lang.String or java.util.List. But overall impression of the book was very good so I easily forgave author this little annoyance and focused on the content instead.

Well I've read most of this book already, it has been an easy reading, the author explains things in an easy way and gives easy to folllow examples. To be able to follow the examples you must already know core java programming since the author does not goes to the explanation of java language. This is a good starting point to learn JSP/servlets though the examples could have been more practical if the author had ncluded database programming earlier in the book. But the chapter 10 which is a recap of all previous learning and applying it to a more complete application is very good. I have not read the chapters on file download/upload yet but I expect them to add practicality to the book examples.

I bought this book since I want to know how to programming web server. I have many year programming experiences in C, C++. I found this is exact book I am looking for. It is well organized to show the piece by piece how software put together to make web server work. It is easy to follow and understand. I feel lucky to find it.

I found this book excellent. I liked the title, because it informs the purchaser exactly what the book contains, making my purchase decision really easy. This book was exactly what i needed to get up to speed in servlet technologies. The examples were instructive, and followed each other progressively. The text was clear and quite well written. You need some understanding of java to understand this book. A minor gripe that there were some typos in the text, and the code samples weren't well formatted in the ebook, making them difficult to read.

If you are new to Servlets or you just have an idea of what is and want to be guided through, first hand on how to master this web application, this is your book. Really a no waste of time at all book. It really impressed me how simple this book explain complicated things. I'm new to Servlets and a thought it will be a waste of time trying to understand this them with just one book, but the simple language and simple examples he use, was no waste of time at all. If you know how to use a browser, your in. From now on this book will be my #1 recommendation to any buddy that wants to learn Servlets & JSP. It's easy but powerful.

I have brought this book as I wanted to avoid reading those 1000 pages books on Servlets and JSP's.I have to say that , this book covers everything in Servlets and JSP's in a concise and easy to understand way.The most important thing I liked about this book is that , the author has made sure to include information that will be helpful while developing applications .

It is a great book about servlets and jsp. A lot of fundamentals explained.I put only four stars because i was expecting something about internal funcionality about http and servlets but it is minor.Great book!!

Although I am familiar with Servlet/JSP, this book helped me to get better understanding of how to implement Servlet/JSP in correct way and how to achieve best results from this technology..I recommend it.

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