Published in the year 2009, JSP 2.0: The Complete Reference provides in-depth information on the subject of JavaServer pages, covering Java Servlet 2.4, JSP 2.0, and XML/XSLT.
Summary Of The Book
JSP 2.0: The Complete Reference covers the subject of JavaServer pages in detail, providing insight into utilizing JSP 2.0, Java Servlet 2.4, and XML/ XSLT. Through the course of this book, readers are guided into coding and debugging dynamic JSP applications for several platforms. This guide also increases awareness about the built-in support offered by Java for multithreaded applications, urging readers to utilize it to the fullest.
In total, there are 19 chapters, which have been divided into four parts, The Web Programming Environment, JSP Applications, JSP Tag Extensions, and Elements Of JSP. The chapters include Case Study: A Product Support Center, Simple Tag Extensions, Tag Files And JSP Fragments, JSP Syntax And Semantics, Evolution Of The Web Application, and Session And Thread Management. Some of the other chapters are Deploying Web Applications, Filters, Application Event Listeners, JSP Overview, Overview Of The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), and Request Dispatching.
In JSP 2.0: The Complete Reference, readers are provided information on JSP semantics, syntax, declarations, expressions, and scriptlets. Additionally, topics such as JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), JSP Expression Language ( EL), JSP fragments, and JSP Tag Extensions have also been covered. This volume also guides its readers into reducing redundancy by making use of HTTP request dispatchers, URL rewriting, filter implementation, and by employing application event listeners. It also provides insight into making use of XML in Web applications and utilizing API, Java XML, SAX 2.0, XSLT, and the Document Object Model ( DOM). All in all, this book is a must-have for all JSP developers.
About Phil Hanna
The author of this book, Phil Hanna, is a renowned software developer.
Apart from this book, Hanna has written two other books on programming, JSP: The Complete Reference and Instant Java Servlets.
Hanna has worked as a consultant for Chase Manhattan Bank and has also worked at IBM, being responsible for building network-based apps, for 7 years. Through the course of his 2-decade-long career, Hanna has served in several different roles such as an analyst, systems architect, project leader, and a programmer. He also holds a Sun Certification in the Java 2 Platform. Hanna currently resides in Cary, North Carolina.
Part I: The Web Programming Environment
Chapter 1: Evolution of the Web Application
Chapter 2: Overview of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
Chapter 3: Introduction to Servlets
Chapter 4: JSP Overview
Part II: Elements of JSP
Chapter 5: JSP Syntax and Semantics
Chapter 6: Expressions, Scriptlets, and Declarations
Chapter 7: Request Dispatching
Chapter 8: Session and Thread Management
Chapter 9: Application Event Listeners
Chapter 10: Filters
Part III: JSP Tag Extensions
Chapter 11: Introduction to Custom Tags
Chapter 12: Expression Language
Chapter 13: The JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
Chapter 14: Simple Tag Extensions, Tag Files, and JSP Fragments
Part IV: JSP Applications
Chapter 15: Database Access with JDBC
Chapter 16: JSP and XML
Chapter 17: JSP Testing and Debugging
Chapter 18: Deploying Web Applications
Chapter 19: Case Study: A Product Support Center
A : Servlet 2.4 and JSP 2.0 API