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Master Servlets and JSPs with NetBeans, Tomcat, and MySQL: Murach's Java Servlets and JSP 3rd Edition PDF 27



# Murach's Java Servlets and JSP 3rd Edition PDF 27 ## Introduction - What is the book about and who is it for - What are the benefits of learning servlets and JSPs - How to get the book and the code examples ## Section 1: Get started right - The concepts and terms of Java web programming - The MVC pattern and how it helps to structure web applications - The NetBeans IDE and how it simplifies web development - The Tomcat web server and how it runs servlets and JSPs ## Section 2: The essential servlet and JSP skills - A crash course in HTML and CSS for creating web pages - How to create servlets that handle requests and responses - How to create JSPs that display dynamic content - How to use sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, EL, JSTL, and custom tags ## Section 3: The essential database skills - How to use JDBC and JPA to work with MySQL databases - How to create database-driven web applications using servlets and JSPs - How to use transactions, connection pools, and prepared statements ## Section 4: Other essential skills - How to use JavaMail to send emails from web applications - How to use SSL connections to secure web applications - How to use authentication, encryption, filters, and listeners - How to use JSF to create user interfaces with components ## Conclusion - A summary of what the book covers and why it is useful - A call to action to get the book and start learning servlets and JSPs ## FAQs - Q: What are the prerequisites for reading this book? - A: You need a basic understanding of the Java programming language, equivalent to chapters 1 through 14 of Murach's Java Programming. You don't need any web programming experience. - Q: What software do I need to run the code examples in this book? - A: You need the NetBeans IDE, which includes the Tomcat web server and the MySQL database server. You can download them for free from their respective websites. - Q: Where can I get the PDF version of this book? - A: You can buy the PDF version of this book from Murach's website for $52.50. You can also get a print + PDF bundle for $70.00. - Q: How can I contact the authors of this book? - A: You can send an email to joel@murach.com or michael@murach.com. They will be happy to answer your questions or hear your feedback. - Q: What are some other books that can help me learn more about Java web development? - A: You can check out Murach's Java Web Services (2nd Edition), Murach's JavaScript and jQuery (4th Edition), Murach's HTML5 and CSS3 (4th Edition), and Murach's PHP and MySQL (4th Edition). # Murach's Java Servlets and JSP 3rd Edition PDF 27 If you want to develop professional websites using Java servlets and JSPs, you need a book that teaches you all the skills that you need in a clear and practical way. That's what Murach's Java Servlets and JSP (3rd Edition) does. This book is for anyone who has a basic understanding of the Java programming language, but no web programming experience. It shows you how to install and use the NetBeans IDE, which makes web development easier and faster. It shows you how to use the Tomcat web server, which lets you run servlets and JSPs on your own computer. It shows you how to use the MVC pattern, which helps you structure your web applications in a logical way. And it shows you how to use servlets, JSPs, sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, Expression Language (EL), the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), custom tags, JDBC, JPA, JavaMail, SSL connections, authentication, encryption, filters, listeners, and JSF. These are the skills that you need to build any kind of Java web application, from simple forms processing to complex e-commerce applications. And to prove that to yourself, you can download the book's e-commerce website that ties all these skills together. In this article, we will give you an overview of what this book covers and why it is the best choice for learning servlets and JSPs. We will also tell you how to get the book and the code examples, and where to find the PDF version of the book. ## Introduction Servlets and JSPs are two of the most popular technologies for developing web applications in Java. Servlets are Java classes that handle requests from web browsers and generate responses. JSPs are web pages that contain HTML, Java code, and special tags that can display dynamic content. Together, servlets and JSPs can create powerful web applications that can interact with databases, send emails, secure data, and perform many other tasks. They are also portable, scalable, and easy to maintain. However, learning servlets and JSPs can be challenging, because web programming requires many different skills and concepts. You need to know how to write HTML and CSS for creating web pages. You need to know how to use the MVC pattern for organizing your web applications. You need to know how to use sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, EL, JSTL, and custom tags for managing data and logic. You need to know how to use JDBC or JPA for working with databases. You need to know how to use JavaMail, SSL connections, authentication, encryption, filters, and listeners for enhancing your web applications. And you need to know how to use JSF for creating user interfaces with components. That's why you need a book that teaches you all these skills in a clear and practical way. And that's what Murach's Java Servlets and JSP (3rd Edition) does. This book is divided into four sections that cover all the essential servlet and JSP skills that you need to develop professional web applications. Each section starts with a chapter that introduces the concepts and terms that you need to understand. Then, it presents several chapters that show you how to use those concepts in real-world applications. Along the way, it provides plenty of examples, exercises, tips, and tricks that help you master the skills faster and easier. By the time you finish this book, you will be able to create any kind of servlet or JSP application that you want. And you will have a solid foundation for learning more advanced topics in Java web development. ## Section 1: Get started right In this section, you will learn the basics of Java web programming. You will learn how to install and use the NetBeans IDE, which is a powerful tool for developing servlet and JSP applications. You will learn how to use the Tomcat web server, which is a popular server for running servlets and JSPs. You will learn how to use the MVC pattern, which is a design principle that helps you structure your web applications in a logical way. And you will learn how to create your first servlet and JSP applications using these tools. By the end of this section, you will be able to: - Understand the concepts and terms of Java web programming - Use the NetBeans IDE for developing servlet and JSP applications more efficiently - Use the Tomcat web server for running servlets and JSPs on your own computer - Use the MVC pattern for getting the most from servlets and JSPs ## Section 2: The essential servlet and JSP skills In this section, you will get a crash course in HTML and CSS, which are essential for creating web pages. Then, you will learn the skills for creating servlets and JSPs that you will use in almost every application. You will learn how to create servlets that handle requests from web browsers and generate responses. You will learn how to create JSPs that display dynamic content using HTML, Java code, EL, JSTL, and custom tags. You will learn how to use sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, EL, JSTL, and custom tags for managing data and logic across multiple pages. And you will learn how to use custom tags for creating reusable components that simplify your JSP code. By the end of this section, you will be able to: - Write HTML and CSS code for creating web pages - Create servlets that handle requests and responses - Create JSPs that display dynamic content - Use sessions, cookies, JavaBeans, EL, JSTL, and custom tags ## Section 3: The essential database skills In this section, you will learn how to use both JDBC (Java Database Connectivity) and JPA (Java Persistence API) to work with MySQL databases. JDBC is a low-level API that lets you execute SQL statements directly from your Java code. JPA is a high-level API that lets you work with objects instead of SQL statements. You will learn how to create database-driven web applications using servlets and JSPs. You will learn how to use transactions, connection pools, and prepared statements for improving the performance and security of your database operations. And you will learn how to use CRUD operations (create-read




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