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Advanced JavaServer Pages

by David M. Geary

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*Design and implement flexible, extensible, and maintainable applications with servlets and JSP technology*Master powerful authentication and internationalization techniques*Learn how to integrate industry-standard XML and XSLT with JSP technology*Use JSP technology-based templates to develop robust applications from modular componentsAdvanced JavaServer Pages delivers: *Web application design techniques based on JSP and servlets technology*Proven strategies for achieving enterprise-class robustness and scalability with JSP technology*Expert guidance on implementing JSP technology-based applications with reusable componentsTo fully exploit the power of JavaServer Pages technology in Web application development, based on J2EE technology, you need to master the sophisticated server-side techniques that David Geary presents in Advanced JavaServer Pages. Geary tackles JavaServer Pages technology with the same exhaustive, authoritative approach that made his Graphic Java books into worldwide best sellers. He presents in-depth coverage of advanced topics including: *Implementing custom JSP technology tags*Designing scalable and extensible Web applications*Using authentication to build se… (more)
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*Design and implement flexible, extensible, and maintainable applications with servlets and JSP technology*Master powerful authentication and internationalization techniques*Learn how to integrate industry-standard XML and XSLT with JSP technology*Use JSP technology-based templates to develop robust applications from modular componentsAdvanced JavaServer Pages delivers: *Web application design techniques based on JSP and servlets technology*Proven strategies for achieving enterprise-class robustness and scalability with JSP technology*Expert guidance on implementing JSP technology-based applications with reusable componentsTo fully exploit the power of JavaServer Pages technology in Web application development, based on J2EE technology, you need to master the sophisticated server-side techniques that David Geary presents in Advanced JavaServer Pages. Geary tackles JavaServer Pages technology with the same exhaustive, authoritative approach that made his Graphic Java books into worldwide best sellers. He presents in-depth coverage of advanced topics including: *Implementing custom JSP technology tags*Designing scalable and extensible Web applications*Using authentication to build se

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