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Book overview : Java for Web Applications
The complete knowledge in this book is about web development with Java, This book is for software developers and engineers who already have a proficient knowledge in the Java language and the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). It is a self-guided, self-study book that existing Java developers can use to expand their Java knowledge and grow their skillset from applets or console or desktop applications to enterprise web applications. You can read this book from start to finish to cover all the topics in order, or you can pick and choose topics that interest you and use this book more as a reference. Although some chapters occasionally refer to examples from previous chapters, an effort was made to make each chapter as self-sustaining as possible. The examples are all available for download from wrox.com, which should help you when an example relies on another example from a previous chapter.
The Java language and its platforms have had a long and storied history. From its invention in the mid-‘90s to an evolution drought from 2007 to nearly 2012, Java has gone through many changes and encountered its share of controversy. In the earliest days, Java, known as the Java Development Kit or JDK, was a language tightly coupled to a platform composed of a small set of essential application programming interfaces (APIs). Sun Microsystems unveiled the earliest alpha and beta versions in 1995, and although Java was extremely slow and primitive by today’s standards, it began a revolution in software development.
About the Author :
Nick Williams is a Software Engineer for UL Workplace Health and Safety in Franklin, Tennessee. A computer science graduate from Belmont University, he has been active in commercial and open source software projects for more than 9 years. He is the founder of DNSCrawler.com, a site for free DNS and IP troubleshooting tools, and NWTS Java Code, an open source community that specializes in obscure Java libraries that meet niche needs. In 2010, the Nashville Technology Council named him the Software Engineer of the Year for Middle Tennessee. Nick is a committer for Apache Logging (including Log 4j) and Jackson Data Processor JSR 310 Data Types. He has also contributed new features to Apache Tomcat 8.0, Spring Framework 4.0, Spring Security 3.2, Spring Data Commons 1.6, Spring Data JPA 1.4, and JBoss Logging 3.2; serves as a contributor on several other projects, including OpenJDK; and is a member of the Java Community Process (JCP).
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Chapter 1: Introducing Java Platform, Enterprise Edition
Chapter 2: Using Web Containers
Chapter 3: Writing Your First Servlet
Chapter 4: Using JSPs to Display Content
Chapter 5: Maintaining State Using Sessions
Chapter 6: Using the Expression Language in JSPs
Chapter 7: Using the Java Standard Tag Library
Chapter 8: Writing Custom Tag and Function Libraries
***More 20 Chapters are available in the book.
Book’s Name Java® for Web Applications
Edition : N/A
Author : Nicholas S. Williams
Size Of PDF : 11.50 MB
Number of Pages : 938 Pages
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