Core Servlets And JavaServer Pages: Advanced Technologies authored by Marty Hall, Larry Brown, and Yaakov Chaikin is an advanced Java programming textbook that trains developers by equipping them with essential information about the dynamism of Servlets and JavaServer Pages.
Summary Of The Book
Java Servlets form a class of the Java programming language. They help a programmer widen the efficiency of a server. JavaServer Pages (JSP) aid a software programmer to generate dynamic web pages that support document types like HTML and XML. Successful running and installation of JavaServer Pages requires a web server that is compatible with a servlet container. These programming languages are a boon to e-commerce websites and applications, web-enabled applications and services, and dynamic websites.
Core Servlets And JavaServer Pages: Advanced Technologies is a complete reference guide for Java experts and computer science scholars who are working as developers and are knowledgeable in the technologies of JSP and servlets. This book provides an elaborate explanation to the advanced programming methods of servlets and JSP.
There are twelve systematically arranged chapters that deal with advanced concepts of Java programming, such as the fundamentals of struts framework, JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and the basics and advanced features of tag libraries. The application events framework, servlet and JSP filters, programmatic security, declarative security, controlling web application behaviour with web.xml, and the usage and deployment of web applications are also discussed.
Core Servlets And JavaServer Pages: Advanced Technologies covers every aspect of the subject at length and is considered very useful for Java developers.
About The Authors
Marty Hall is an expert consultant and service provider of server-side Java technology. Apart from this book, he has authored and co-authored several other books like Core Servlets And JavaServer Pages, Core Web Programming, and More Servlets And JavaServer Pages. Hall works as an instructor of Java and Web Programming at Johns Hopkins University.
Larry Brown works in the U.S Navy Research and Development laboratory’s Network and Systems division. Apart from this book, he has contributed to various editions of the book Core Web Programming. Brown is also a Sun-certified Java programmer for the Java 2 platform.
Yaakov Chaikin is a software developer in a Columbia-based software development organisation. He is also an instructor at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches Web development courses for computer science graduates. Chaikin’s main area of expertise is the Java enterprise platform and similar systems.