Introducing Web page authors and programmers to the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), this guide covers all features of the JSTL 1.0 standard. Whether users need to add dynamic content to a static Web page or are in need of providing back-end code, nonprogrammers are shown how to manipulate XML, access relational databases, format text, internationalize Web applications, and introduce general-flow logic into JSP--all with HTML-like tags that are accessible to authors of Web pages. Also addressed are techniques for utilizing and extending JSTL's functionality.
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"... does a wonderful job at making beginners and experts alike fluent in JSTL. [Bayern is] a key expert and lead developer ..." -Pierre Delisle, JSTL Specification Lead, Sun Microsystems, Inc. "Written by a highly knowledgeable and instrumental contributor, this book harnesses the power of JSTL ..." -Mark Roth, JSP Specification Co-Lead, Sun Microsystems, Inc. "... perfect coverage of JSTL, XML, and JSP ... for any web designer who works with Java developers on enterprise sites." -Henri Yandell, Java Architect, Genscape, Inc. JSTL is an important simplification of the Java web platform. With JSTL, page authors can now write dynamic pages using standard HTML-like tags and an easy-to-learn expression language. JSTL is a standard from the Java Community Process, and its expression language will become part of JSP 2.0. JSTL in Action shows you how to write rich, dynamic web pages without programming. From simple loops to tricky XML processing, every feature of JSTL is covered and exercised in numerous useful examples. Whether you are a novice page author or an experienced Java programmer, this book shows you easy ways to create powerful web sites.This bundle contains a ready-to-run JSP container, a JSTL implementation, and all the book's examples. What's Inside . Mixing HTML tags and JSTL . JSTL's expression language . Working with loops and conditions . Painless XML processing . Accessing databases . Text formatting . Internationalization . JSTL configuration and performance . Many examples including
. How to register and authenticate users
. Running an online survey
. How to build a discussion forum
. Designing a web portal Shawn Bayern is a research programmer at Yale University and coauthor of Web Development with JavaServer Pages. He is the reference implementation lead for JSTL.About the Author:
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.
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