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Posted by JBT
April 17, 2016

JSP JSTL Core Tags - contd.

JSTL IF Tag The If tag evaluates an expression and displays its body content only...

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Posted by JBT
April 17, 2016

JSP JSTL Core Tags

As you know there are five collections of tags in JSTL, in this tutorial, we are going to discuss some of the core tags in the JSTL library. Now in JSTL Core Library, there are approximately 15 tags. Let’s quickly go through them one by one.

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Posted by JBT
April 17, 2016

JSP Tags - Installing JSTL

So in this tutorial, we are going to learn how install the JSP Standard Tag Library for use with your JSP applications. So let’s jump right into it.

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Posted by JBT
April 11, 2016

JSP tag library (JSTL)

So in this tutorial we are going to learn how to use JSP Tags. We are going to cover the following topics;

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Posted by JBT
March 24, 2016

State management in JSP – 2

So in this tutorial we are going to explore cookies and we’ll see how can they be used in JSP. We’ll take a look at:

  • Exactly what are cookies?
  • The Cookies API.

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Posted by JBT
March 18, 2016

State Management in JSP

In this tutorial we are going to take a look at the following:

  • Session objects
  • Cookies

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Posted by JBT
March 11, 2016

JSP and HTML Forms – 2

Hi, so in this tutorial we are going to discuss how to read data from HTML forms, containing:

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Posted by JBT
March 7, 2016

JSP & HTML Forms - 1

All of us, at one point or another, have interacted with HTML forms on websites. Whether you sign up/in on websites, or you make reservations through an agency’s portal, you are putting information into HTML forms. The following is an example HTML form.

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Posted by JBT
March 5, 2016

JSP implicit objects

In this tutorial we are going to talk about two things:

  • JSP Built-in Server Objects.
  • How to include files in JSP?

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Posted by JBT
March 2, 2016

More JSP Fundamentals

As we previously discussed, you shouldn’t put a lot of java code in your jsp page. It’s ok to add small bits of scriptlets and declaration but if you can’t avoid it, it is better to refactor the code and make separate classes for them. Make sure to refactor the extra code into separate Java classes and make use of MVC framework to get ahead of all the hassle. In this tutorial I am going to teach you how to call a Java class through a JSP page.

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