Hi guys, My knowledge level at the moment is of java programmer certification level and I have no knowledege of JSP, Java Beans, HTML or Java Script. Within 3 weeks I have to be on a project and start delivering. My idea is to focus on area where my java knowledge is utilised and results could come faster of me. I was thinking of doing JSP & Java Beans. Could someone guide me how to go about in terms of books and strategy Thanking you in advance, Vikram firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi, U can study servlets from - "java servlet programming" by Jason Hunter. For JSP - "Professional JSP " by Wrox publications. The second book contains several case studies and explains topics using a lot of examples.
well if you would like to go beyond that including JSP and servlets you can get Professional Java Server programming which is probably one of my favorite books for servlets/JSP right now.
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