This two-day module introduces JavaServer Pages, or JSP, which is the standard means of authoring dynamic content for Web applications under the Java Enterprise platform. The module begins with an introduction of Web applications in general, shows how Java servlets and JSPs establish a framework for writing Web applications, and then covers JSP 2.0 features in detail, from scripting elements to use of dedicated JavaBeans to JSP expressions, and quick introductions of JSTL and custom tag development.
By the end of the module students will be able to create their own JSP applications, including interactive applications using HTML forms and pages that perform fairly complex processing using scripts and or actions. Although scripting is covered, the scriptless authoring style encouraged by the JSP 2.0 specification is emphasized, and students will be well equipped to develop concise and effective JSP applications.
Each student in our Live Online and our Onsite classes receives a comprehensive set of materials, including course notes and all the class examples.
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Students rated our Introduction to JavaServer Pages trainers 10.00 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
This has been the best Java Web resource I have ever seen. It goes into the roots of Web Development and progresses into more advanced topics using lessons learned.
Alexander Morgovsky, Deloitte Consulting
I was amazed at how helpful class was. I didn't expect to learn so well from a web class. My instructor was extremely knowledgable and helpful.
Laura Bosley, qualcomm
I'm preparing to start a new job and it had been a number of years since I'd last used MS Project, which is the main scheduling tool used by my new employer. Taking this class has helped me feel better prepared to hit the ground running in my new job. The instructor was a good communicator and had a deep knowledge of MS Project 2007. This depth of knowledge, along with the instructor's comfort and confidence in leading the class and responding to our questions, certainly helped me get as much out of the class as I was capable of getting.
Jeffrey Mathe, mercer
Buffalo Grove IL
A comprehensive review of WP3 features with important facts, sufficient details, and good directions to learn more. Attentive to student needs and highly interactive.
Allie Ai, Harvard Graduate School of Education