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Struts: The Complete Reference, 2nd Edition (Complete Reference Series) Paperback – December 11, 2006
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From the Back Cover
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.
- Download, install, and configure the Struts framework
- Streamline application logic using the Model-View-Controller architecture
- Enhance JSP development using the Tiles templating library
- Configure and use the built-in declarative exception handler
- Understand Struts' chain-based request processing engine
- Simplify programming using the HTML, Bean, Logic, and Nested Tag Libraries
- Use the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
- Work with the Struts, Tiles, and Validator configuration files
- Secure your Struts applications
- Perform a variety of unit tests on Struts applications
- Use AJAX with Struts
- Work with the newest 1.3 features, including scripting and Struts-Faces
About the Author
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.
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After having completed some introductory Java programming work, I decided to dive into struts as I wanted to implement the MVC pattern in Java. This book helped me to achieve that without further referencing other material.
Everything I needed was in this book. The first couple of chapters outline the Struts framework using a basic (but not Hello World) example followed by an elaboration of the Model, View and Controller. The rest of the book simply builds on this example to demonstrate features. I only read the first few chapters and used the rest as a reference (I don't need Tiles for example).
The book is sparse in some ways, but it is all there. I had some tricky problems I wanted to solve and all the required information was in this book - although I did need to meditate on some of the examples to figure things out. Having said that some previous experience with JSP is useful.
Recommended, looking forward to October 24.
You should also spend a little time getting a grounding in custom tags before you get involved with trying to learn Struts -you will get much better insight into what is going on behind the scenes - because that's essentially what the Struts framework is really all about.
BTW, Herb Schildt is the editor, ant that would have been enough to keep me from ordering this book.
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