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Hello,What is the best resource on servlets to give a quick push in development?Is it the "HeadFirst Servlets and JSP"(I am a fan of HeadFirst style),or there is a book better than that?
 
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I will go for Head First Servlet and JSP.
 
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I liked Murach's Java Servlets and JSP when I read it. It has really good good coverage and examples. You can take a look at some of the books in this category here

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Rachit Kumar Saxena wrote:Hello,What is the best resource on servlets to give a quick push in development?Is it the "HeadFirst Servlets and JSP"(I am a fan of HeadFirst style),or there is a book better than that?



If you want to understand the concepts of Servlets and JSP really well then I would suggest that you go for Head First Servlets and JSP. I have not referred any book other than the training notes provided by my first company.
 
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I am following headfirst and it is making my concepts,but the thing is now I wat to make some real big project with netbeans and want to follow the book's examples with netbeans,but I do not have any hang of netbeans.Please suggest some good resources to help me.
 
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