Developing a Java Web Application in a Day
Step by Step Explanations With Eclipse Mars, Tomcat and MySQL and Java Code
|Published:||Jan 04 2016|
|Posted:||Jul 25 2016|
|Book size:||7.59 MB|
This is a condensed version of Chapter VI (Web Application with Java and Eclipse) from the book "Web Programming in Java" (Italian Edition - "Programmazione per il Web" - publisher ARACNE). This book has been written for students and for the professional, and it can serve as a starting point for anyone who is beginning the study of Web Application in Java for the first time. In the following text, Servlet, JSP, JavaBean and simple DAO are accurately analyzed and implemented in Java, with a clear project evolution: from the configuration of Eclipse Mars, JDK, MySQL and Tomcat to the execution and the testing on a browser and the creation of the final package for the distribution on other machines. Everything is integrated with explanations, java codes and screenshots to have a step by step evolution of the web application. Thanks to your feedbacks and comments, I have improved Java Servlet code explanations in this version! Let us try to do this in a day! I'm waiting for your new feedbacks and reviews! Thanks!
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