This book is a study guide for any candidate preparing for the new Java EE 5 version of the Sun Certified Web Component Developer exam (310-083 and upgrade 310-084). It contains the theory behind why the Web container operates as it does, and important notes, hints and tips on the types of trick questions to look for in the exam.
Develop rich internet applications quickly and easily using Adobe Flex 3, ActionScript 3.0 and integrate with a Java backend using BlazeDS 3.2 A step-by-step tutorial for developing web applications using Flex 3, ActionScript 3.0, BlazeDS 3.2, and Java Build efficient and seamless data-rich interactive applications in Flex using a combination of MXML and ActionScript 3.
XML Programming: Web Applications and Web Services with JSP and ASP provides a fast-moving introduction to the XML family of technologies for programmers. Although written with a focus upon JSP- and ASP-based XML solutions, the book presents the material from a language-independent point of view that benefits all developers, whatever their language. The code is written to be readable by all.
readable, accessible and eminently practical... ...quite a good book about writing software to consume and provide web services. — Slashdot While many books are focused on the underlying technologies of web services and others are dedicated to providing web services, few books show how to consume web services.
by Matt Raible, Sing Li, Dave Johnson, Daniel Jepp, Sam Dalton, Simon Brown, Apress
Simpler, faster, easier dynamic website development based on new additions to an established and proven technology&emdash;that's what JavaServer Pages (JSP) 2.0 is all about. Pro JSP, Third Edition is the most comprehensive guide and reference to JSP 2.0 yet. It equips you with the tools, techniques, and understanding you need to develop web applications with JSP and Java servlets. The new features of the JSP 2.0 and Servlet 2.
While most other books merely instruct on basic JSP and servlet development, JSP Examples and Best Practices gives you some of the best practices and design principles, enabling you to build scalable and extensible enterprise Java applications. And JavaServer Pages technology can be used to build complex enterprise applications in a highly re-usable manner.
The age for using a simple text editor is long gone. The ever-growing complexity of Java and J2EE creates a need for Java development tools that offer more. If you want to be more productive with Java, you need a Java IDE. Oracle JDeveloper 10g is an IDE that enables you to develop Java applications with minimal effort. JDeveloper can do wonders for your Swing, JSP, Servlets, Struts, EJBs, and Web Services developments.
Pro Apache Tomcat 6 is ideal for Tomcat administrators and others who want to configure Tomcat. It covers only Tomcat 6 and doesn't get bogged down trying to overexplain tasks from each older version of the server. The book examines the entire installation, including file system, database, and web server, and provides you with security and performance tips.
...the pattern chapters have plenty of code that allows you to understand the pattern both by explanation and by example of a real application. — Tom Duff, Duffbert's Random Musings Foundations of JSP Design Patterns gives you the tools to build scalable enterprise applications using JSP.
After reading this book, you'll be able to do a whole lot more. — Dirk Schreckmann, JavaRanch Sheriff and Journal Editor Let Beginning JSP 2 be your guide as you begin using JSP. This comprehensive guide starts by steering you through your first JSP application. It reviews HTML, and provides you with a useful overview of JSP. You'll then be ready to start learning one of the core techniques in JSP: pulling data from a database and working with that data.