Jakarta Struts: Seven Lessons from the Trenchesby
ONJava Newsletter for 10/31/2002
This week on ONJava.com, O'Reilly's new "Programming Jakarta Struts" author Chuck Cavaness describes his experiences when his Internet company decided to adopt the open source Apache Jakarta Struts framework. Chuck spent months figuring out how to use it in order to build a company application. If you're a Java programmer charged with developing Web applications using servlets and JSPs, you'll find a lot of insight and valuable information in the seven lessons Chuck had to learn, the hard way.
Also this week, regular contributor Satya Komatineni returns with a feature on Aspire for the Apache Jakarta Tomcat Web container. Aspire.jar is a free, open source, .jar file that can be used for declarative data access, configuration, logging and factory services needs. For Java developers who are continuing to adopt Tomcat as their primary development platform, this .jar file could save lot of time, while providing a highly flexible data architecture.
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And finally this week, O'Reilly "JavaServer Pages, 2nd Edition" author Hans Bergsten concludes his series of articles on the JavaServer Pages Tag Libraries (JSTL) version 1.0. In this last installment, he looks at how you can fully leverage the JSTL classes when developing JSP custom actions.
Talk to you again next week.
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This Week's Featured Articles
Jakarta Struts: Seven Lessons from the Trenches
Chuck Cavaness, author of "Programming Jakarta Struts," describes for Java programmers some of lessons he learned the hard way when he used the Struts framework to build a company application.
For Tomcat Developers, Aspire Comes in a JAR
This article shows how to utilize the open source Aspire jar file for the Apache Jakarta Tomcat Web container.
JSTL 1.0: What JSP Applications Need, Part 3
In the final part of this series on JSTL, you'll learn how to leverage the JSTL classes when developing your own custom actions.
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