Jan K. Labanowski: "Tomcat, servlets, JSPs and other friends"

Conclusion -- What I did not talk about...

The recent book from WROX - "Professional JSP, 2nd Edition" is 1194 pages long. Obviously, I only had time to scratch the surface. The most important part which I passed over (a topic of an excellent book: Gal Shachor, Adam Chace, Magnus Rydlin -- JSP Tag Libraries, Manning, Greenwich, CT, 2001) are Tag Libraries. This is a true power of JSP -- you can design your own tags which actually do somthing, like query a database, transfer files, display shopping cart, etc. They allow for separation of roles when designing Web pages. The artists can make sure that pages are nice. The programmers can make sure that pages work.

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