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Advanced JavaServer Pages™ by David M. Geary

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Chapter 3. HTML FORMS

Topics in this Chapter

  • Forms with Beans

    • Textfields, Text Areas, and Radio Buttons

    • Checkboxes and Options

  • Validation

    • Client-side Validation with JavaScript

    • Server-side Validation with JSP

    • Server-side Validation with Servlets

    • Server-side Validation with Servlets and JSP Pages

  • Server-side Validation with Servlets and JSP Pages

    • Façade Design Pattern for HTML Forms

    • Selectable Elements

    • Validation

  • Custom Tags

HTML forms are to web applications what user interface frameworks, such as Swing and the AWT, are to traditional software. Instead of working with a user interface toolkit, page authors use forms to construct user interfaces.

The JSP specification does not directly include support for forms; however, you can easily use jsp:useBean to store ...

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