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Start-to-Finish Coverage of Every Aspect of Struts 1.3
Build next-generation Java-based Web applications using Struts and the comprehensive information contained in this authoritative volume. Written by James Holmes, a committer on the Struts project, and fully updated to include the latest features of Struts 1.3, Struts: The Complete Reference is really three books in one: an in-depth tutorial, a broad reference, and an advanced developer's guide.
Learn to write high-performance Struts applications and internationalize, test, and secure them. Plus, get in-depth coverage of Tiles, Validator, the Struts tag libraries, the Struts configuration files, and AJAX. Throughout, you'll find real-world examples, cutting-edge techniques, and insider tricks that will make your Struts applications sizzle.
James Holmes is a leading Java Web development authority. He is a committer on the Struts project, and the creator of the most popular Struts tool, the Struts Console. Holmes is the author of the first edition of Struts: The Complete Reference and the co-author of JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference and The Art of Java.
I have not read it all yet, but
it is what I was looking for when it comes to learning Java-strut.
You won't be disappointed. Lot of details. That's very important!
Very clear. Many examples and explanations.
Requires background because it's not a basic book.
I was very disappointed in this book, and will probably not buy another from this publisher (McGraw Hill/Osborne). This volume contains no expository material of any value. Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by Kevin Cline
Received withing promised date and the quality of the book was new as stated.
I highly recommend this book, and will buy this authors Struts 2 book when it comes out.
After having completed some introductory Java programming work, I decided to... Read more
James Holmes's explanation of the fundamentals of Struts is very clear, thorough and specific. I am very grateful for the foundation he has given me.Published on October 28, 2007 by A. Sharp
Overall very good book for starters but don't expect here too much. Case study is well designed to cover most development scenarios presented in the book. Read morePublished on August 4, 2007 by Alex Kouznetzoff
Overall a well written and lucid introduction to struts programming. Struts:TCR needs a better index to be a truly great reference book, but I would still recommend it to anyone... Read morePublished on June 14, 2007 by Big Dave Diode
This book presents the technical information in a straight forward and organized manner that is useful to a first time Struts user such as myself. Read morePublished on May 7, 2007 by David E. Casebeer