Synopses & Reviews
WebMatrix gives developers a "one-stop-shop" for obtaining and installing a complete Microsoft Web stack, including a full-featured development Web server, SQL Server, and a new easy-to-learn, in-line development language called Razor that's tailor-made to simplify building Web content, and an IDE to pull all your development into one easy tool. WebMatrix even supports non-Microsoft technologies and languages such as PHP and MySQL. And it's all free! In addition, you get:
- Built-in tools for search engine optimization
- Powerful debugging tools
- One-click deployment tools
- A seamless path for scaling sites
- Traffic analysis tools
Covers all aspects of development for the new versions of the JSP and Servlet specifications (1.2 and 2.3, respectively), including servlet filters and enhancements to the API for JSP Tag Libraries and the interaction between JSP and other J2EE technologies.
About the Author
Fields-Engineer for the E-business Enablement group of IBM's Tivoli Systems, where he creates Web-based applications with Java and JSPKolb is a reformed rocket scientist with graduate and undergraduate degrees from MIT.Shawn Bayern is a research programmer at Yale University, the reference-implementation lead for the JSTL, and the coauthor of Web Development with Java Server Pages. He lives in New Haven, Connecticut.