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n kallamvalli
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Hi All,
I am a developer.I am new to JSP and Servlet.I have to get a quick understanding of these technologies(becuase of a new project requirement). Please suggest the best
1.books/web site that I can read and understand
2. Any online course ( worth paying)
3. Any good tutorials.

4. any good forum?

Many Thanks
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I maintain a listing of free, multimedia tutorials and CBTs on creating applications using the JSP and Servlet API. It covers everything form Servlets to the HttpSession, to advanced topics on things such as Filters and lifecycle listeners. There's even some tutorials on the JSR168 Portlet API.

Free Servlet and JSP Tutorials

These tutorials are done in Eclipse/IRAD, but the concepts go beyond just any tool or program. Plus, the completed applications are avialalbe for download and inspection.

For books, you might want to look at Head First Servlets and JPS. Most people agree that is one of the best books for learning, especially if you have a foundation in Java. If you don't have a foundation in Java, you might look at the Head First Java book.

Best of luck learning about Servlets and JSPs!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
n kallamvalli
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Hi Cameron,
Thank you very much for your reply.I really appreciate it.I visited your site and it is wonderful.

Many many thanks

God bless you
 
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