Java Server Pages (JSP) provides a simplified, fast way to create dynamic web content. This technology, designed specifically for Web page creation and rendering, simplifies tasks, shortens the development cycle and is a key component of Sun's Web Services Strategy. In today's technology environment, where Web development, administration, and maintenance skills are in short supply, JSP enables Web designers and other non-programmers to quickly gain essential abilities.
Table of Contents
Introduction. Scenario. Chapter 1. Introducing Web Development. Chapter 2. Introducing Java Server Pages. Chapter 3. Servlet Basics. Chapter 4. Creating a JSP Page. Chapter 5. Using JSP Directives and Action Elements. Chapter 6. Working with HTML Forms. Chapter 7. Implicit Objects. Chapter 8. Using Scripting Elements. Chapter 9. JSP and JavaBeans. Chapter 10. Implementing JDBC Connectivity. Chapter 11. Building JDBC Applications. Chapter 12. Handling Errors. Chapter 13. JSP Sessions. Chapter 14. JSP and XML. Chapter 15. Developing Custom Tags. Chapter 16. JavaMail. Index.
MADHUSHREE GANGULI has been a development executive with NIIT since 2000. Her work involves the design, development, testing, and implementation of Instructor Led Training (ILT) courses. Ganguli has authored several ILT courses on Adobe Frame Maker 6.0, Publisher 2000, and SQL Server 7.0. She has also developed courses on WML applications and Advanced Java. Ganguli has contributed snippets for various technical magazines and newspapers.