Readers at any skill level can learn to control the content and appearance of Web sites using JSP, servlets, Java 2 and JavaBeans to create reusable components and simplify application development.
|Overall A Good Book |
Written by Justin Dago from New York, New York (Sunday, January 05, 2003)
Writer is with: http://www.farmingdale.edu
||Strengths: Fairly comprehensive, material was well presented
Weaknesses: Covers an older specification (look for 2nd edition)
Details: Overall a good book, that covered a healthy dose of topics. These topics include tag libraries, xml, and javabeans. (However, these topics are not covered in extreme depth, as individual books have been written for such an occasion, but it does demonstrate how they fit with jsp)
Covers JSP 1.1, so you'll want to pick up the 2nd Edition. Includes a nice little reference section for both servlets and jsp.
Review Based On: 9 Month(s) of usage