List of best server side programming JSP books


Author : Subrahmanyam Allamaraju
Publisher: Dreamtech Publisher

About this Book: 

The book is packed with realistic information and suggestions for using Java tools in real-time projects. It also details today?s rich and complex J2EE platform and practical focus on real world design and deployment extensively. This book is an excellent guide for Java Programmers who may not be very much familiar with fundamental concepts of network and web programming. It is an excellent resource for Java used on enterprise detailing J2EE APIs and programming techniques. It also demonstrates how to design and construct secure and scalable n-tier J2EE applications, using JSP and servlets for the web tier and EJBs for the business logic. It also covers J2EE Connector Architecture that allows you to easily integrate your J2EE applications to enterprise information systems.


The J2EE Platform
Directory Services And JNDI
Distributed Computing Using RMI
Database Programming With JDBC
Introduction To Web Containers
Servlet Programming
Servlet Sessions, Context And Collaboration
Filters For Web Applications
Web Deployment, Authentication And Packaging
JSP Basics And Architecture
JSP Tag Extensions
Writing JSP Applications With Tag Libraries
Java mail
EJB Architecture And Design
Session Beans And Business Logic
Entity Beans And Persistence
EJB Container Services
Development And Deployment Roles
JMS And Message - Driven Beans
The J2ee Connector Architecture
Design Considerations For J2EE Applications
J2EE And Web Services
Choosing A J2EE Implementation
J2EE Packaging And Deployment


Author: Mike Mcgrath
Publisher: Wiley India Pvt Ltd

About this Book:

Java Server Pages in easy steps instructs the reader how to add functionality to web pages using JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology. This allows the exchange of data between a web browser and a web server both on Windows platforms and on Unix-based platforms, such as Linux. The book contains exciting chapters on the major features of JSP and there are complete examples together with screenshots illustrating how they might appear in a web browser.


Introducing JavaServer Pages 
Basic Elements 
Action Elements 
A Java Crash Course 
Implicity JSP objects 
Error Handling 
Data Control 
User Recognition 
Creating JavaBeans 
Custom JSP Actions 
MySQL Databases 
Connecting JSP To MySQL 
A JSP Online Shop

Java Server Programming Java EE6 (J2EE 1.6) Black Book (English)

Publisher: Dreamtech Press

About this Book:

This book, Java Server Programming Java EE 6 (J2EE 1.6) Black Book, Platinum Edition, is a onetime 
reference book that covers all aspects of Java EE in an easy-to-understand approachfor example, running of an application server deploying a Java application on the GlassFish V3 application server how GlassFish V3 Application server deploys a Java application exploring design patterns, best practices, and design strategies working with Java related technologies, such as NetBeans IDE 6.8, Hibernate 3.5, Spring 3.0, and Seam frameworks and proven solutions using the key Java EE 6 technologies, such as JDBC 4.0, Servlets 3.0, JSP 2.1, JSTL 1.2, RMI, JNDI, JavaMail, Web services, JCA 1.6, Struts 2.1, JSF 2.0, UML, and much more.


Chapter 1: Java EE 6: An Overview
Chapter 2: Web Applications and Java EE 6
Chapter 3: Working with JDBC 4.0
Chapter 4: Working with Servlets 3.0
Chapter 5: Handling Sessions in Servlets 3.0
Chapter 6: Implementing Event Handling and Wrappers in Servlets 3.0.
Chapter 7: Working with JavaServer Pages (JSP) 2.1
Chapter 8: Implementing JSP Tag Extensions
Chapter 9: Implementing JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library 1.2
Chapter 10: Implementing Filters
Chapter 11: Working with JavaServer Faces 2.0
Chapter 12: Understanding JavaMail 1.4
Chapter 13: Working with EJB 3.1
Chapter 14: Implementing Entities and Java Persistence API 2.0
Chapter 15: Implementing Java Persistence Using Hibernate 3.5
Chapter 16: Implementing JBoss Seam
Chapter 17: Java EE Connector Architecture 1.6
Chapter 18: Java EE Design Patterns
Chapter 19: Implementing SOA using Java Web Services
Chapter 20: Working with Struts 2
Chapter 21: Working with Spring 3.0
Chapter 22: Securing Java EE 6 Applications
Chapter 23: People Management Solutions
Chapter 23: Section A: Developing the Login Module
Chapter 23: Section B: Developing the Profile Management Module
Chapter 23: Section C: Developing the Recruitment Module
Chapter 23: Section D: Developing the Attendance Management Module
Chapter 23: Section E: Developing the Leave Management Module
Chapter 23: Section F: Developing the Payroll Module


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