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Amit Sharma
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Hi Everyone
i have read HFSJ and now want to take overview of use of servlet and jsp in projects. so please give me some links where i can find free JSP projects and analysis them and is there any book which guide me how to develop project in servlet and jsp. i have learned servlet and jsp but i want a book which tell pratical use of these in real world.
hope u r understanding what i want to say.

ACTUALLY I WANT TO DEVELOP PROJECT BUT DONT KNOW HOW I CAN.
 
Muhammad Saifuddin
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What do think, HFSJ is not practical?

I think you can start over with any project using servlet and JSP after reading that book. Just come up with some web app idea. Blow off your favourite IDEA, I mean IDE, and start writing a registration form and login page. Its quite common for almost every web app to have these two things.
 
Adeel Ansari
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O yeah.
You would, definitely, also like to refer to the courtesy of Ben Souther.
 
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Originally posted by Amit Arya:
Hi Everyone
i have read HFSJ and now want to take overview of use of servlet and jsp in projects. so please give me some links where i can find free JSP projects and analysis them and is there any book which guide me how to develop project in servlet and jsp. i have learned servlet and jsp but i want a book which tell pratical use of these in real world.
hope u r understanding what i want to say.

ACTUALLY I WANT TO DEVELOP PROJECT BUT DONT KNOW HOW I CAN.




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