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Developing Web Applications With JavaServer Pages 2.0
Posted by Customer Service on 30 April 2005 05:26 PM
JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology, which abstracts servlets to a higher level, is an open, freely-available specification developed by the Java Community Process (JCP) for generating dynamic content, and a key component of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) specification. Many commercially available application servers (such as BEA WebLogic, IBM WebSphere, Live JRun, and Orion) support JSP technology.
JSP technology is being used everywhere on the Web including airline reservation systems, banking systems, and shopping. The new release, Version 2.0, is an upgrade to JSP 1.2 with several interesting new features. The objective of JSP 2.0 is to make the task of developing dynamic Web pages easier than ever without having to learn the Java programming language.
This article:
  • Provides a fast track code intensive tutorial to get started with JSP 2.0
  • Describes the new features in JSP 2.0
  • Offers a flavor of the effort involved in developing applications using JSP 2.0
  • Provides sample code that you can adapt for your own applications
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