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alsoumahi alBatal
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Hi experts, I want to know what is next JSP I have to learn ? . I have developed some prjects using jsp and now I need to add more features to my path career as java programmer
so I want to know if you guide me where to go in which way ?. Please if you suggest something to me I need to know how it can help me and what I will gain from it.
please advice me guys.
 
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Do you mean what you should learn after JSP? Or about features of JSP like EL and JSTL?
 
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Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Do you mean what you should learn after JSP? Or about features of JSP like EL and JSTL?

yes what is after JSP I have to learn ?. what you mean by EL ?
 
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Hello ,

I recommend you to read "Head First Servlets and JSP, Second Edition"

Chapters 7 to 10 , It will give you enough details about JSP , JSTL , EL , .....
 
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alsoumahi alBatal wrote:yes what is after JSP I have to learn ?. what you mean by EL ?

EL stands for expression language. It's a part of JSP. As is JSTL which is tags for writing good JSPs.
 
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If you are putting Java code in JSPs in the form of scriptlets (obsolete since 2002), and are not thoroughly familiar with the EL and JSTL (JSP Standard Tag Library), then you still have a lot to learn about JSP.
 
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