Murach's Java Servlets and JSP / Edition 2

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Overview

This new edition of Murach's Java Servlets and JSP makes it easier than ever for Java developers to master web programming. It starts by showing how to install and use Tomcat as a web server and NetBeans as an IDE. Then, it teaches how and when to use JavaServer Pages and Java servlets to build well-structured web applications that implement the MVC pattern. Next, it shows how to use sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, Expression Language (EL), the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and custom tags. Then, it shows how to use JDBC and connection pooling to work with a MySQL database. Finally, it shows how to use JavaMail, SSL/TLS, authentication, listeners, and filters. These are the skills that you need to build professional Java web applications. A great read for any Java developer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781890774448
  • Publisher: Mike Murach & Associates Inc
  • Publication date: 1/28/2008
  • Series: Murach: Training and Reference Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 729
  • Sales rank: 411,162
  • Product dimensions: 7.80 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 1.60 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1 Get started right
Chapter 1 An introduction to web programming with Java
Chapter 2 How to structure a web application with the MVC pattern
Chapter 3 How to use NetBeans and Tomcat
Section 2 Essential servlet and JSP skills
Chapter 4 A crash course in HTML5 and CSS3
Chapter 5 How to develop servlets
Chapter 6 How to develop JavaServer Pages
Chapter 7 How to work with sessions and cookies
Chapter 8 How to use EL
Chapter 9 How to use JSTL
Chapter 10 How to use custom JSP tags
Section 3 Essential database skills
Chapter 11 How to use a MySQL database
Chapter 12 How to use JDBC to work with a database
Chapter 13 How to use JPA to work with a database
Section 4 Advanced servlet and JSP skills
Chapter 14 How to use JavaMail to send email
Chapter 15 How to use SSL to work with a secure connection
Chapter 16 How to restrict access to a web resource
Chapter 17 More security skills
Chapter 18 How to work with HTTP requests and responses
Chapter 19 How to work with listeners
Chapter 20 How to work with filters
Chapter 21 How to work with JavaServer Faces
Section 5 The Music Store website
Chapter 22 An introduction to the Music Store website
Chapter 23 The applications of the website
Resources
Appendix A How to set up your PC for this book
Appendix B How to set up your Mac for this book
Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 28, 2008

    Highly recommended

    'Murach's Java Servlets and JSPs' covers a broad range of web development related topics such as servlets and JSP. It uses a two-page layout, with theory on the left page, and examples, figures, code, summary on the right page. The book starts with a step-by-step installation of Tomcat 6, Netbeans and MySql, following with instructions on how to use each of them. Then starts the journey to web application development: Servlets, JSP, EL, JSTL, custom tags, filters, listeners. From scriptlets to the Expression Language, from MVC Model 1 to Model 2, using database, JavaMail, dealing with security, everything is clearly written and logically explained. I found that the chapter on custom tags could have been more polished, and a chapter on Tag Files would have been welcome too. The icing on the cake is all the hands-on exercises. Each chapter concludes with a summary, and practical exercises. I strongly recommend downloading the sample applications and going through each exercise carefully, as it will certainly improve your learning experience. Moreover, the last section introduces a music store application to put all the freshly assimilated knowledge into practice. This book is mainly aimed at beginners, but it is still a great refresher for experienced users. It is very practical, and will make Servlets and JSP fun to learn. It is so enjoyable that you'll finish reading it in no time. I wish I had such a book when I started developing web applications. Highly recommended.

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