This chapter is all about the “view” layer of an application. For Java web applications, that of course means .jsp files. The JavaServer Pages (JSPs) that we create will contain both HTML and a small amount of JSTL (tag library) code that outputs variables from our ActionBeans. We’ve already seen one example of this in Chapter 3’s Listing 3-3.
We will also look at the Stripes tag library, which provides additional <stripes:...> tags, such as <stripes:checkbox> and <stripes:link>, on top of the <c:...> and <fmt:...> tags that you are used to using in JSP development