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subjects in java to learn for web developement

 
Sailendra Kumar Barick
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I've learnt core java(j2se). Now I want to learn web development in java. So I want to know which subjects in adv. java(j2ee) should I cover so that I would be able to develop web projects.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch!

Web development (or the entire JEE specification) is a broad area where it consists of many different technologies to serve different purposes. For example if you are interested in Servlet/JSP etc... which constitutes to the web tier of a application then you have to study them (I think it might be a good starting point to you...). And then we have EJBs and related technologies to serve the business tier of an application and so on.... Perhaps this might not be a web services question specifically, but JEE question in general...
 
Sailendra Kumar Barick
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Thanks Vijitha.
Can you suggest me some books best for servlet and jsp, beginner n adv. level both.
 
Ivan Krizsan
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Hi!
A good beginner's book is "Head First Servlets and JSP". Don't expect any greater depth and thorough coverage, though.
Best wishes!
 
Sailendra Kumar Barick
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Ivan Krizsan wrote:Hi!
A good beginner's book is "Head First Servlets and JSP". Don't expect any greater depth and thorough coverage, though.
Best wishes!

Thanks...Ivan
 
Miku Ranjan
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Hi,
For a quick start you can just google java servlet and jsp.
 
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Miku Ranjan wrote:Hi,
For a quick start you can just google java servlet and jsp.

Not really. There's too much information out there -- most of it bad -- for a novice to just google and try to learn anything about JSP and servlets.
 
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you can go for Head First or A Pressman book
 
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