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by Larne Pekowsky

Category: Web Development and Design
Subcategory: Technologies and Computers
Author: Larne Pekowsky
ISBN: 0321150791
ISBN13: 978-0321150790
Language: English
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional; 2 edition (August 22, 2003)
Pages: 368
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This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples

This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples. This tutorial/reference brings JavaServer Pages to the huge audience of non-programmers and allows them to get the most productivity from JSPs, with the least effort.

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JavaServer Pages book. Programmers can a Since being introduced in 1999, JavaServer Pages™ (JSP) have become a popular and important technology for building dynamic, interactive, content-rich Web sites.

Even if you aren't a programmer, you can design Web sites with dynamic content generated by JavaServer Pages (JSPs).

Dan Woods (Author), Larne Pekowsky (Author), Tom Snee (Author) & 0. .The second part of the book does an excellent job in discussiing JSP, Servlets, and other advanced topics.

Dan Woods (Author), Larne Pekowsky (Author), Tom Snee (Author) & 0 more. Even with the nod to standard CGI and Active Server Pages, the authors tend to favor Java servlets, especially when combined with JSPs. Provided you can commit to JWS, this servlet/JSP combination is a strong choice.

ISBN 10: 0321150791 ISBN 13: 9780321150790. Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional, 2003. This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples.

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This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples

This book teaches beginner programmers how to create dynamic web sites with JavaServer Pages (JSP) using many examples.

Author: Larne Pekowsky.

Comments to eBook JavaServer Pages, Second Edition
Hinewen
The information from this book can easily be grabbed from the web at Sun's JSP site. This book lacks depth. It basically tells you some JSP basics but won't get you far in developing any serious applications. I relate it to an HTML for dummies book that tells you how to code basic HTML for your homepage. Get Web Development with JavaServer Pages. Much more bang for the buck, for beginners and beyond.
Crazy
This book is geared for web site designers with no Java experience who are interested in understanding how to incorporate JSP into their web site. The book gives a good introduction to the basics that anyone doing web site development with Java will need to know. Although the book concentrates on incorporating JSPs into a web site it also includes enough information to allow the non-programmer to do some basic programming.
The first half of the book is a basic overview of JSP with a concentration on building dynamic pages by using JavaBeans, JSTL, and the expression language. Anyone who is familiar with ASP or ColdFusion will find this section very easy to follow. Each chapter has examples that help to make the information from the chapter easier to understand. All of the examples are on the included CD and ran without any problem in Tomcat. The second half of the book starts with a brief introduction to the Java programming language. The book then shows how to use Java to write your own JavaBeans. Servlets are discussed along with explaining what an MVC architecture is using Struts as an example. The second half ends by showing how to develop your own tag libraries.
The author has done a good job of explaining the basics of using JSPs but then he tries to cast too wide a net in the second half of the book. Each of the topics is covered too lightly (each topic could have its own book) and will tend to leave the inexperienced reader a bit lost. If you are a web designer and need to understand how to incorporate Java into your site then this book will be very helpful. Read the first part of the book in detail and just catch the major themes of the second half and you will be in good shape.
Munimand
This book is a good introduction to JavaServer Pages. It covers a variety of topics such as using Java Beans, the standard tag library, using databases, using XML, Servlets, and Controllers. Additionally, creating your own tag libraries and some advanced topics like threads are covered. Since so many topics are addressed, the coverage is more of an overview. The book focuses on the new JSP 2.0 specification with the new expression tags being emphasized. A sample project is implemented gradually. As new topics are addressed in the book, they are added to the project.
The book has some nice features such as the included CD that has an installation of Tomcat 5 that implements JSP 2.0. The installation includes the working examples and the database already configured for the examples. The examples are organized as a website by chapter which allows the reader to easily navigate to see the example work or to examine the code. This allows the author not to inundate the book with code examples, but rather to add the appropriate amount of code to illustrate a point.
I have a few criticisms for the book. Exercises for the reader should be added to the book to reinforce the text explanations, improve the learning process, and aid the retention of the reader. Likewise more illustrations should be added to the text to break up the blocks of text and enhance the reader's understanding. Perhaps, the MVC pattern could have been introduced earlier in the book since it is generally considered part of good design.
The book is a solid resource for developers moving to JSP. The reader should keep in mind that some of the topics would require more study to prepare for Production quality development.
Alien
Compared to other books that cover specific areas of JSP technology, JavaServer Pages provides a good survey of current JSP practices. The book uses a fictional webiste to illustrate how JSP could be used. Although MVC purist will gwak at mixing HTML with Java code in a page, the examples are simple enough that new comers will find it easy to grasp. As the chapters progress, the fictious site gets additional features and enhancements. Most of the examples in the book use tags from JSTL or stock JSP tags, but it doesn't go in depth about the pros/cons of each tag. At the end of each chapter, a summary and list of the tags used are provided. Beginners should find the book an easy read, but it's probably best to read at the computer and not in bed. This way, you can try out the examples in the chapters.
If you're looking for a book about the nuainces of JSTL and expression language, you're better off getting Shawn Bayern's JSTL in Action. Those used to RAD development using Microsoft ASP should find this book handy and a good introduction. The strengths of the book is it explains some fairly complex concepts with simple analogies, and tries to be objective.
Over all, it reads like a handbook. Hardcore java developers should seek other resources, for detailed examples on how to optimize servlet performance, or write custom tags using jakarta-commons-el.
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