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Java Servlets Developer's Guide by Karl Moss

 
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<pre>

Author/s : Karl Moss
Publisher : McGram-Hill / Osborne
Category : J2EE and Distributed Computing
Review by : Arthur Chan
Rating : 8 horseshoes

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Full of insights and practical examples for those who persevere.
Occasionally , the book is incomplete, perhaps with the expectation that the
reader "ought to know" by now. One such example is Chapter 10 "Applet-to-Servlet
Coomunication ", where one is left wondering how to extend "BaseTunnelClient".
More please, Mr Moss !
</review>


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Added this review to another thread that contains a review of the same book.
 
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