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In these excerpts from their book "Contributing to Eclipse: Principles, Patterns, and Plugins," authors Erich Gamm and Kent Beck show you how to get started with Hello World and present an example of "Test-Driven Plug-In Development."
In this excerpt from his book JavaServer Pages 3rd Edition, author Hans Bergsten shows you how to generate XML responses with JSP and how to process XML data.
Budi Kurniawan's introduction to JSP tag files continues, covering variables and how to package tag files in a .jar file.
Tag Files are one of the most important new features in JSP 2.0. This article provides a comprehensive discussion on tag files.
Describes three JSP tag library redesigns to illustrate concepts of simplifying taglibs for non-programmer use.
Definining Tag Extra Info (TEI) and Tag Library Validators (TLVs) for custom runtime validation of JSPs.
Describes the use of RSS update features in the Informa API, plus OPML as a way of aggregating RSS feeds into a JSP.
This article aims to show how you can use the Informa API to quickly access RSS feeds to add dynamic news and information content to your web sites.
How to do the most common database manipulations from servlets and JSP pages.