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bobby reddy
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Hi,
I am new to this forum. Right now I am in my 1st year of my Engineering in India.I want to learn Java. I started learning basics of Java.Could any one provide me the url's or the links online where I can learn JSP basics?
Do we need even the knowledge of Java Script in order to programm JSP?
IF so could anyone provide the url's of Java Script also.


Thanks,
bobby
 
Bear Bibeault
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The Servlet and JSP Specifications are the definitive guides.

If your pages are going to exhibit any client-side activity, you'll need JavaScript, but that has nothing to do with JSP.
 
Vassili Vladimir
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Hi,

Also check this.

Best of luck ...
 
Muhammad Saifuddin
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Hi,

well, to get yourself comfortable in JSP, you have to understand and walk around in these basic things like,

  • Life Cycle of JSP.
  • How to write JSP.
  • and finally to run JSP.


  • Resources :
    in javaranch you may find more about JSP inside the JspFaq.

    Sun provided Tutorial on JavaServer Pages Technology

    best of luck.
     
    Mohd. Irfan Khan
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    Hi Saif,

    First be thorough with the basics of Java as it is the building block.

    For JSP, you should have the knowledge of HTML/CSS/JavaScript/Beans.

    For JSP , I advice you to go through the book by "Head First" series by orielly publication.

    For Java script also there are books by the same series. There they will explain it in a very interactive and lucid manner.

    Also for basics of javascript, you can have a look at http://www.w3schools.com/ under javascript section.

    Hope it'll help you!! :thumb:
     
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