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Head First Servlets and JSP, 2nd Edition by Bert Bates, Bryan Basham, Kathy Sierra

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Let’s build a real (small) web application

We looked at the role of a container, we talked a bit about deployment descriptors, and we took a first look at the Model 2 MVC architecture. But you can’t just sit here and read all day—now it’s time to actually do something.

The four steps we’ll follow:

  1. Review the user’s views (what the browser will display), and the high level architecture.

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  2. Create the development environment that we will use for this project (which you can use for any other example in the book).

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  3. Create the deployment environment that we will use for this project (which you can use for any other example in the book).

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  4. Perform iterative development and testing on the various components of our web application. (OK, this is more of a strategy than a step.)

    Note: We recommend iterative development and testing, although we won’t always show all the steps in this book.

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