C H A P T E R  10



In several chapters of this book, I’ve used examples taken from three different versions of an online bookshop application: eshop (see Chapter 3), eshopx (introduced in Chapter 6), and eshopf (the subject of Chapter 8). In this chapter, I’ll complete the description of those applications so that you can use them as models for your own.

All three versions have the same functionality and generate almost identical HTML pages. Their differences are in their implementation. The main difference between the first two versions, eshop and eshopx, is that the JSP code in eshop is in standard JSP syntax, while the code in eshopx ...

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