Java Server Pages
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Final Release Date: December 2000
Pages: 574

JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology provides an easy way to create dynamic web pages. JSP uses a component-based approach that allows web developers to easily combine static HTML for look-and-feel with Java components for dynamic features. The simplicity of this component-based model, combined with the cross-platform power of Java, allows a web development environment with enormous potential.

JavaServer Pages shows how to develop Java-based web applications without having to be a hardcore programmer. The author provides an overview of JSP concepts and discusses how JSP fits into the larger picture of web applications. Web page authors will benefit from the chapters on generating dynamic content, handling session information, accessing databases, authenticating users, and personalizing content. In the programming-oriented chapters, Java programmers learn how to create Java components and custom JSP tags for web authors to use in JSP pages.

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5.0

JSP - Good book

By SV

from Bangalore

Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

I am new to JSP and this book provides good insights of programming. Appreciate the good effort by author. Will be happy to see more such releases.

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JavaServer Pages Review

By Francesco Malvezzi

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

The book is great: easy, but still good level, clear and covers a lot of aspects around the topic (like db connection) very interesting.

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Includes a package of tags and java classes very valuable

It is traslated in Italian very well

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

JavaServer Pages Review

By Alfredo Del Ponte

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

Very, very, very nice book on JSP. You can be sure that when you'll finish it you'll know everything. When I started it, i had a very poor knowledge in web applications, JSP,... but now i think i've a big background. If you start with JSP, that's the book you need. I give 4 because nothing or nobody is perfect but...

Alfredo

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5.0

JavaServer Pages Review

By Mark S Lowe

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

This is hands down the best introduction book to JSP coding. I've been through at least a dozen other publishers and no other book has been so clear and concise with all the relevant issues that plague serious JSP developers today. Usually a book will contain sections that aren't useful or examples that aren't explained or explained well enough to understand, but this book sets itself aside as THE best rendition of everything that makes for a great technical publication.

If you have a project requiring JSP knowledge and you've either done no or very little JSP coding, Hans will take you through a bottom up approach that will get you on the write path and make you look like a genius corporate programmer. It will be the first technical book in a long time that you've read cover to cover and wished there was more content to be had.

EXCELLENT JOB HANS!

 
5.0

JavaServer Pages Review

By Irv

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

Great introductory book on JSP! Worth the money just for the material in Chapter 2 and the appendix on Packaging Java Web Applications.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

JavaServer Pages Review

By Hans Bachner

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

I'm not yet through the complete book, but got an excellent impression so far. Being new to Java technology (somewhat familiar with HTML and web servers in general), it's great being brought up to speed with many small examples which get right to the point.

The only question remaining is: why does my copy of the book, unlike the one shown on these web pages, have a toaster on the titel page?

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JavaServer Pages Review

By Fabien Musolino

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

This is a very good book to learn the basics of JSP.

Maybe, it's not for people who are not familiar with Java, because there are too many related topics to it.

 
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JavaServer Pages Review

By Trib Watts

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

This is a very good book. I would like to see extended coverage on struts.

(0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
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JavaServer Pages Review

By Steve Jung

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

I highly recommend this publication. It is being used where I work by all of the Java developers. Please read the preface on page xviii.

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JavaServer Pages Review

By Mark Quinsland

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Comments about O'Reilly Media Java Server Pages:

Excellent! A very good introduction to jsp. The only things I'd like to see in the next version are code examples for chapters 13+ and expanded coverage of Struts.

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