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"JSTL in Action" - release Announcement - Manning

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Manning Publications announces the release of:
JSTL in Action
By Shawn Bayern
"Written by a highly knowledgeable and instrumental contributor,
this book harnesses the power of JSTL... [which] represents a fundamental
in the way people will write JSP web applications going forward."
--Mark Roth
JSP Specification Co-Lead
Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Greenwich, CT -- August 2002 - JSTL is an important simplification of the
Java web platform. Without complex Java code, page authors can now write
dynamic pages using standard HTML-like tags and an easy-to-learn expression
language. JSTL was standardized by the Java Community Process, and it will
provide a foundation for JSP 2.0.
JSTL in Action is the first book on this new standard, written by the JSTL
reference implementation lead, Shawn Bayern. JSTL in Action shows readers
how to write feature-rich, dynamic web pages. From simple loops to tricky
XML processing, every feature of JSTL is covered in this book. It guides
page authors through the subject, assuming just a working knowledge of HTML.
An advanced part of the book covers integration with Java code.
What's Inside-
* Mixing HTML tags and JSTL
* Working with loops and conditions
* Painless XML processing
* How to register and authenticate users
* Running an online survey
* How to build a discussion forum
* Designing a web portal
* JSTL configuration and performance
* How to create custom tags using JSTL's API
* JSTL's expression language

The Author-
Shawn Bayern is a research programmer at Yale University, a conference
presenter, and a co-author of Manning's, "Web Development with JavaServer
Pages, 2nd Ed." He is the reference implementation lead for JSTL.

JSTL in Action
By Shawn Bayern
ISBN 1930110-529
Softbound, 480 pages, $39.95
Ebook, 5 Mb PDF, $13.50
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