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Web Technology: Theory and Practice by M. Srinivasan

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6.17 SUMMARY

An introduction to JSP and how it fits into the overall view part of an application was discussed in the beginning of this chapter. The example brought out the advantage that JSP holds over doing the same in Servlet. In fact, Servlets can act as the Controller while JSP can act as the View in an ideal application implementing the MVC pattern. The chapter also highlighted the usage of standardized libraries and how it can enhance by provisioning for custom tag libraries. A note on other equivalent technologies available, sets the tone for the importance to have multiple skills towards offering technology-agnostic solutions to business problems.

EXERCISES
  1. Bring out the advantages of JSP.
  2. Write a simple Java Bean for displaying details ...

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