This week on ONJava.com, JSP and Servlets columnist Sue Spielman talks about the latest version of the Jakarta Struts v1.1 framework. Struts has proven to be a solid framework that can be used on systems of all sizes. In beta 2 at the time of this article's writing, Struts will soon be in final release but there is no reason why you can't start using it today. In fact, there are many reasons why you should. In part one of two, Sue covers what's new with Jakarta Struts v1.1, along with its integration of the Apache Jakarta common libraries, and its multiple application support.
Also this week, ONJava introduces Java Essentials, a series of high-level overviews of core Java technologies. This first installment answers the question: "What is wireless Java?" and covers the APIs, tools, and vendors in wireless Java. It concludes with a package of the latest in wireless Java articles from ONJava.com.
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And to top off this week, ONJava.com hosts the last in a series of book excerpts on working with XML from "NetBeans: The Definitive Guide." In this excerpt, learn to generate Java source code to process XML documents by generating a SAX document handler and a DOM tree scanner. These examples give the basics of reading, modifying, and writing XML documents with Java classes within NetBeans.
Talk to you again next week.
O'Reilly Network Java Editor
Learning the New Jakarta Struts 1.1, Part One
In this two-part article, you'll learn about the new 1.1 release of Struts, how to work with it, and how to migrate from v.1.0.x.
Java Essentials: What Is Wireless Java?
The Java Essentials series provides high-level overviews of core Java technologies. This article covers the APIs, tools, and vendors for wireless Java.
NetBeans: Working with XML, Part 3
In this final installment from "NetBeans: The Definitive Guide" on working with XML, learn to generate Java classes.
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