Tuesday, 13 March 2012

more Servlets and JavaServer Pages eBook Download

more Servlets and JavaServer PagesMarty Hall's Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages was last year's #1 servlet/JSP book helping over 100,000 Java developers master the power of Java server-side programming to Web-enable an extraordinary range of applications. Now, Hall takes the next step, bringing together even more powerful servlet/JSP techniques.

After a quick review of the basics, Hall presents in-depth coverage of the latest servlet and JSP capabilities incorporated in JDK Version 1.4, including filters, application events, and enhancements to JSP's XML support. Next, Hall moves on to Web application development, introducing the latest Servlet 2.3/JSP 1.1 features, and offering in-depth coverage of the Web Application Deployment Descriptor.

 More Servlets and JavaServer Pages includes a comprehensive section introducing the new tag library features incorporated in JSP 1.2, including a full chapter on Apache tag libraries. Hall concludes with an exceptionally comprehensive library of techniques for performance optimization, from caching to content compression, metering and connection pooling to changing JVM parameters. The book also includes a full chapter on Web application security, as well as a start-to-finish case study application.

Part I gives a thorough introduction to programming with servlet and JSP technology. It shows you how to configure your server, read form data and HTTP headers, handle cookies, track sessions, apply JSP scripting elements, use JavaBeans components, develop JSP tag libraries, and apply the MVC architecture.

Part II provides exhaustive details on Web application development and deployment. It explains how to register Web applications, how to organize them, how to deploy them in WAR files, how to deal with relative URLs, and how to share data among Web applications. It also gives details on every element in version 2.3 of the deployment descriptor (web.xml).

Part III describes Web application security in detail. It explains two general strategies for securing your applications: declarative security and programmatic security. Within each of these strategies, it shows you how to use form-based or BASIC authentication and how to protect your network traffic with SSL.

Part IV covers two features introduced with servlets 2.3: filters and life-cycle events. It explains how to use filters to debug, modify, and optimize the output of previously existing servlets and JSP pages. It also shows you how to use event listeners to respond to major events in the server life cycle.

Part V looks at new tag library developments. It shows you how to improve your own tag libraries by making use of new capabilities of the JSP 1.2 specification and explains how to streamline your code by using the new standard JSP tag library (JSPTL).

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