Java Servlets @ Java Programming
Programming Network : The Programmer Store & Resources
Instant Java Servlets (Book/CD-ROM package)
by Phil Hanna
Paperback: 816 pages
Dimensions (in inches): 2.16 x 9.18 x 7.42
Publisher: Osborne McGraw-Hill
ISBN: 0072124253; Bk&Cd-Rom edition (May 22, 2000)
Amazon.com: Written with the busy Java Web developer in mind, Instant Java Servlets offers an impressive mix of hands-on sample code that will solve many common programming problems. This practically minded guide to servlet and Java Server Pages (JSPs) can be a valuable time-saver for anyone tackling Java development for the first time.
Instant Java Servlets is organized as a tutorial with each section framed by a problem, such as how to retrieve HTML form variables within servlets, preserve session state, redirect and forward requests, and many other common questions that everyone sooner or later faces when working with servlets. Each problem is explained and illustrated with a sample servlet. Besides the basics, standout sections here include a working shopping basket for an online grocery store, debugging tips, and how to upload files to a server. Tips for structuring your servlets to generate HTML more effectively (including frames) provide absolutely indispensable expertise for any serious Java developer. The short, comprehensible code excerpts in this title can save you lots of time solving common problems. (One nit here is that many of the screen shots appear slightly blurred, although this shouldn't interfere in any way with reading the book.)
Besides a solutions-based framework, the author presents a good tutorial of servlet programming, which makes this text a good choice for anyone entirely new to servlets. Later, a long chapter on JSPs looks at expressions, directives, and using scriptlets and JavaBeans within JSPs. The book closes with several interesting Web applications, which illustrate topics like image conversion and working with e-mail. With over 100 self-contained sample servlets and JSPs, Instant Java Servlets will be a welcome choice for any developer who wants to work with Java effectively. It's a no-nonsense tutorial and reference that compiles a rich array of reusable sample code that really can help you save time when putting server-side Java to work in real-world projects. --Richard Dragan
Topics covered: HTTP basics, servlets and Java Server Pages (JSPs), extracting HTML form parameters, tips for generating HTML effectively, redirection, frames, JDBC: basics, connection pooling, and metadata; debugging servlets, session management: hidden fields, cookies, and URL rewriting; the servlet life cycle, deployment tips, thread safety, servlet chaining, HTTP redirection, forwarding requests, combining servlets with applets, Perl, XML, FTP, and CORBA; file uploading strategies, JSP tutorial: expressions, scriptlets, implicit objects, declarations, page directives; using JavaBeans within JSPs, sample Web applications: image conversion, downloading spreadsheets, e-mail basics, and daemon processes.
Book Description: The Ultimate Collection of Working Solutions and Expert Techniques for Java Developers and Programmers Build powerful server-side Java applications, servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) with this solution-packed cookbook of illustrated techniques. Filled with hundreds of working examples, this unique and easy to use resource covers topics from database access and dynamic web page creation to legacy systems and e-commerce. Key topics covered include servlet-generated HTML, cookies and session management, threading, JSP, Enterprise JavaBeans, XML, and more. And, the bonus CD-ROM contains all the books source code, which will save you hundreds of hours of programming time. Instructive, innovative, and invaluable, this is a perfect addition to every working programmer's bookshelf.
Book Info: Filled with hundreds of examples, this resource covers topics from database access and dynamic web page creation to legacy systems and e-commerce. Offers solutions to many of today's common programming problems. Topics include: Threading, Servlet-generated HTML, JavaBeans, XML, JSP, and more.
From the Back Cover: The Ultimate Collection of Working Solutions and Expert Techniques for Java Developers and Programmers!
Build powerful server-side Java applications, servlets, and JavaServer Pages (JSP) with this solution-packed cookbook of illustrated techniques. Filled with hundreds of working examples, this unique resource covers topics from database access and dynamic web page creation to legacy systems and e-commerce. Beginning with an overview of the servlet environment and its programming interface this exceptional guide offers complete solutions to many of today's common programming problems. Organized by topic for ease-of-use, you'll find coverage of key topics including servlet-generated HTML, cookies and session management, threading, JSP, Enterprise JavaBeans, XML, and more. Topics include problems arranged in order of complexity, making this resource appropriate for readers of every level - from beginners to highly advanced programmers. And, the bonus CD-ROM contains all the books' source code, which will save you hundreds of hours of programming time.
Instructive, innovative, and invaluable, this is a perfect addition to every working programmer's bookshelf.
Includes coverage of:
• JSP 1.0
• Servlet Basics
• HTML Clients
• Debugging Servlets
• Session Management
• Threading Issues
• Interservlet Communication
• Portable Applications
ON THE CD-ROM:
• Source code for all solutions
• Figure-to-program cross reference
• Apache Web Server Apache JServ Servlet Engine
Good reference book, September 26, 2000
Reviewer: Howard R. Sims from Fort Lauderdale, FL USA
Good reference book. I use it daily. And the format of "How - to do this?" is very helpful. Plus the author responds to email questions quite readily. And, at 820 pages, it covers most topics.
Full of useful code and not obsolete at all, September 22, 2000
Reviewer: A reader from Morrisville, NC
This book is packed with useful code examples that are explained in a very clear manner. While a couple of other reviewers have complained that the content is obsolete, they forget that most production servlet engines are not up to the latest specs, either. Many of us programming in the real world can benefit from this book.
obsolete and missing code, September 13, 2000
Reviewer: JOSEPH GATTA from port washington, ny USA
only covers servlet 2.1 spec and jsp 1.0 spec. in addition, the code for the connection pool is missing a class(RefreshThread) and an interface(Refreshable). if anyone knows where this code resides please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org thanks.
The only Servlets book I found worth buying, September 8, 2000
Reviewer: James Kauczka from NJ USA
I began reading it right away and can't put it down... I love the examples and their corresponding explanations. Since my purchase I have at least 6 others in my department who have also purchased it and they all love it. I wish I had this book 2 years ago before I started programming in Java/Servlets. This is the best technical book I have ever read.
Computer Graphics / Games: Photoshop Wire | CorelDRAW Wire | PC Games
Graphing Calculators | Shop 4 Calculator
© 2017, Programming Network