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by Dustin R. Callaway

Download Inside Servlets: Server-Side Programming for the Java(TM) Platform eBook
ISBN:
0201379635
Author:
Dustin R. Callaway
Category:
Networking & Cloud Computing
Language:
English
Publisher:
Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd); Bk&CD Rom edition (May 10, 1999)
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Servlets represents a vast and very exciting topic in Java technology. D R. Callaway covers it deeply, thoroughly and in simple terms.

Servlets represents a vast and very exciting topic in Java technology. Author takes you for a fantastic voyage through Web development based on Servlets.

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As the publisher's web site says, it is an excellent resource for "programmers and consultants who desire to learn Web development fundamentals in addition to server-side Java programming. Much of this audience likely consists of current client/server programmers. The chapters are categorized into three major sections - Introduction to Web development, Introduction to Servlets and Advanced Servlet concepts.

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By Dustin R. Callaway . Published May 4, 2001 by Addison-Wesley Professional.

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In this chapter we will look at how you can turn a Java program into a web-based application using Java servlets. We will discuss what a servlet is and go over step-by-step how to write one. This chapter will be similar to Chapter 26 in that it will give a broad overview of the process of developing Java servlets without providing comprehensive coverage of the subject. Web-based application basics.

Todd Gee, Internet Technologies Consultant, Pencom Web Worksn"Dustin Callaway's book is a great introduction to practical servlet programming. It presented the subject clearly and had me 'thinking servlets' quickly. Terse and effective." nnChristopher Blizzard, Red Hat Softwaren"This book contains the essential information required to get started writing Java Servlets. It's tutorial layout gives an introduction to servlet concepts, walks you through advanced topics and has usable code samples to help get you started. It's a must have for anyone looking to get started writing web applications in Java."
  • Gaiauaco
I have some programming experience from college in c and some post-graduation experience as an asp coder at a small startup. I had also done some jsp coding at that startup, but when it came time to go back and make my own jsp pages without an office full of people to answer my questions and provide me with code templates to work inside of, I was lost. This book is a very gentle introduction to servlets and tries very hard to be thorough. Definitely 5 stars for somebody who is new to servlets.
  • Wymefw
This is an excellent book that gets your hands dirty and gets you going in writing simple servlets in a matter of hours. The examples are short and best of all they work.
  • Morlunn
I'm quite disappointed in this book. Much of the book is devoted to listing the servlet API. I can get the API listing for free. What's not covered is the use of much of that API. If you're looking for an in depth book about servlets, I'm afraid I'd recommend looking elsewhere.
  • Ese
Servlets represents a vast and very exciting topic in Java technology. D R. Callaway covers it deeply, thoroughly and in simple terms. Author takes you for a fantastic voyage through Web development based on Servlets. He starts to expose basic requirements needed in Servlets-based developments such as protocols, sockets, standards, and so on. Then, he presents Servlets and compare them to well-know Internet/Intranet technologies such as CGI; larger comparison to other Internet/Intranet architectures would be appreciated in the forthcoming releases. Advanced topics are also tackled (multithreading, transaction management, datasource accesses, and so on). Miscellaneous Web servers are also tackled and necessary add-ons to use for using Java Servlets. Each part contains Servlet API to know and plenty of examples (source code on the CD) showing the power of the Java programming language. After having completely read this book, you will have almost all knownledge and skills for beginning enterprise-wide Java developments. It's really a worthful book. Very good job Dustin.
  • Ishnllador
I recommend this book to everyone looking for a book that teaches everything about servlets (database access, cookies, state and session management, file uploading). The chapters are short and concise and well explained. After you read this book, you have the basic foundation to write your own servlets and proceed learning more techniques. By the way reading this book I thought I found an error on page 86, then I sent an e-mail to Mr. Callaway, And he answered pretty soon and gave me a detail explanation about the question. Actually it was not an error. (The paragraph says: Depending on the "server" implementation, the server may create a single instance to service all requests or it may create a pool of instances).
  • invincible
This book is just what a technical book should be. The exposition is clear and comprehensive; the layout-typesetting is very easy on the eyes; and the author has a pleasant though no nonsense style that makes this a pleasure to work with.
The book provides good background material for the different topics it covers, without spoon feeding or "dumbing down." It goes on to cover advanced topics -- threads, JDBC, JSP -- decently. It doesn't try to be the "be all to end all" regarding these topics, but instead gives the reader a very solid introduction, and enough code to accomplish something worthwhile.
I have this book, and the book from O'Reilly; and though I would recommend both, if I had to choose one, this book would win -- no contest!
  • Urreur
This book does an excellent job of clearly and concisely showing how to create production-quality servlets. It provides useful foundation material about protocols and the Web, which you can skim if you already know this stuff. The servlet topics themselves are presented in a step-by-step manner that never leaves you "hanging". Anyone with basic Java programming skills should find this book suitable. Programmers with some familiarity with servlets should also find some useful suggestions for more effective techniques.
I highly recommend it.
I found this book to be a very good buy. The first few chapters that go over the basic principals behind the internet and web development were well written and informative. But I can see that a more senior developer will probably already know most of it. I usually have a hard time finding a book that falls in the middle between novice user and hard core expericended developer But with this book, it hits the middle spot perfectly.
I'm currently developing using jsp's and servlets and this book has been a good reference to me as well.