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Need to learn JSTL

 
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Any good links/tutorials to learn JSTL, i am planning to implement JSTL in my code instead of javascript, so plzzz anyone help me outttt.

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The http://faq.javaranch.com/java/JspFaq links to a four-part JSTL introduction.

i am planning to implement JSTL in my code instead of javascript


JSTL runs on the server, while JavaScript runs on the client - they can't be used to substitute one another.
 
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I think the question he is trying to ask is some kind of validation what we use to using javascript or some time using scriptlet that can be surely replaced by JSTL....but it will make the application heavy....Oreilly book is a good one ...

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Zatty Matty wrote:I think the question he is trying to ask is some kind of validation what we use to using javascript or some time using scriptlet that can be surely replaced by JSTL.


The answer is the same. JavaScript that runs after the page is loaded cannot be replaced with JSTL that runs before the page is even sent to the browser.
 
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