Java EE: Java Server Pages

Java Server Pages is a technology that helps software developers to create platform independent dynamic web applications rapidly. This course will teach you how to use Java Server Pages to develop web based applications in simple and easy steps.
Course info
Rating
(65)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 10, 2017
Duration
3h 45m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Introduction
JSP Fundamentals
Working with Directives
Using the Request and Server Context through Built-in Objects
Handling Exceptions in JSP
Working with Standard Actions
Simplifying JSP Development with Expression Language
Encapsulating Core Functionality Using JSP Standard Tag Library(JSTL)
Using Custom Tags
Description
Course info
Rating
(65)
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 10, 2017
Duration
3h 45m
Description

This course, Java EE: Java Server Pages, provides an end-to-end look at Java Server Pages. You'll start from the beginning, learning the fundamentals of JSP, Directives, and Standard Actions. Next, you'll learn explore Java Standard Tag Library, Expression Language, Using Custom Tags, and Projects. Finally, you'll tackle Project Development using the topics that you have learned in the previous modules. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation to get started with Web Development using JSP.

About the author
About the author

Sekhar Srinivasan is a Microsoft Certified Trainer with 19 Years experience.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Course Overview
Hi everyone. My name is Sekhar Srinivasan. Welcome to my course Java Enterprise Edition: JavaServer Pages. I'm a corporate trainer and a senior architect at Ella Solutions Private Limited. JavaServer Pages is a technology that helps software developers to create platform independent dynamic web applications rapidly based on HTML or XML document types. This course provides a complete idea on JavaServer Pages for the beginners. We shall start from the beginning understanding the fundamentals of JSP directives, standard actions, and some of the major topics that will be covered include Java Standard Tag Library, expression language, using custom tags, and a project. From the top module onwards, we shall start with a project development using the topics what we have learned in that module. By the end of this course, you will have a solid foundation to get started with web development using JSP. And also, if you follow along with me and write the code, then by the end of this course you would have completed an application too. Very much excited, isn't it? But before learning this course, you need to be familiar with Core Java, and the knowledge of JDBC and servlets will give an advantage in understanding the concepts faster. I hope you will join on this journey to learn web development using Java Enterprise Edition: JavaServer Pages course at Pluralsight.