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Jstl in Actionby Shawn Bayern
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Introducing Web page authors and programmers to the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), this guide covers all features of the JSTL 1.0 standard. Whether users need to add dynamic content to a static Web page or are in need of providing back-end code, nonprogrammers are shown how to manipulate XML, access relational databases, format text, internationalize Web applications, and introduce general-flow logic into JSP--all with HTML-like tags that are accessible to authors of Web pages. Also addressed are techniques for utilizing and extending JSTL's functionality.
Book News Annotation:
Assuming a working knowledge of HTML, this guide provides instructions for creating web pages without programming. The book explains each feature of JSTL and demonstrate its application with numerous examples. Charts, diagrams, and screen captures illustrate the techniques and principles described. The source code is available on a free companion web page. Bayern is a research programmer at Yale University.
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JSTL in Action" introduces and shows off JSTL's capabilities. It includes lots of useful code snippets so readers can start using JSTL quickly. Large, working examples show how to tie JSTL's features together.
JSTL is a Java standard for developing dynamic web sites. It gives non-programmers access to powerful operations through HTML-like tags. This makes JSTL an evolutionary step forward in simplifying the Javaweb platform.
introduces and shows off JSTL's capabilities. It includeslots of useful code snippets so you can start using JSTL quickly. Large, working examples show you how to tie JSTL's features together. The book shows how to manipulate XML, use relational databases, format text, internationalize web applications, and an advancedpart of the book covers configuration and integration of Java code with JSTL.
This book is written both for programmers and page authors. The coverage is comprehensive and still manages to guide the reader through the subject gently and with humor.
About the Author
<div><b>Shawn Bayern</b> is a research programmer at Yale University, the reference-implementation lead for the JSTL, and the coauthor of <i>Web Development with Java Server Pages</i>. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.<br></div>
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