JSPs and Servlets
JSPs and Servlets
These tutorials cover the basics of Servlets in Java Web Applications. and then move on to advanced servlet concepts and JSPs.
The prerequisite for this course is basic Java programming knowledge.
01 - Setting up
In this tutorial, we'll set up and configure Eclipse and Tomcat in our development environment.
02 - First Servlet Part 1
Using Eclipse wizards to create a Dynamic Web Project.
02 - First Servlet Part 2
Creating and running our first Servlet.
03 - Understanding the Servlet
In this tutorial, we'll understand how our servlet intercepts HTTP requests, and the methods it runs.
04 - Servlet XML Configuration
In this tutorial, we'll learn how to configure our servlets using XML instead of annotations.
05 - The POST Method and Passing Parameters
Now we'll understand how to intercept GET and POST requests using the doGet and the doPost method. We also look at how parameters are passed in HTTP requests.
06 - Passing More Parameters
We'll look at few other options in the types of parameters that can be passed to the servlet.
07 - Understanding GET and POST
We'll look at the GET and POST methods in more detail, and we'll learn when to do what. We'll also have a sneak peek at Apache Tomcat's implementation of the doGet and doPost methods.
08 - Request, Session and Context
This two part tutorial introduces scopes and the Request, Session and Context objects.
09 - Understanding init, service and ServletConfig
In this three part tutorial, we understand how a servlet is initialized, the methods that get called and the objects used on initialization and execution.
10 - Hello JSP
We'll write and execute our first JSP file.
11 - Understanding the JSP
We'll understand what the JSP file is and how it gets converted to a servlet.
12 - JSP Page Directives
We'll learn how to use some page directives and how they affect our JSP.
13 - Scopes in JSP and the PageContext object
We'll look at the implicit objects in JSP that provide scoped objects. We'll also look at the PageContext object and how to use it.
14 - Using jspInit and InitParams
Here we'll see how our understanding of the init concepts of servlets translates to JSPs.
15 - Understanding the MVC Pattern
Introduction and explanation of the Model-View-Controller pattern.
16 Part 1- Writing an MVC Application
We now set out to write our own MVC application from the scratch.
16 Part 2- Writing an MVC Application
Calling a Business Service method from the controller.
16 Part 3- Using Model object in the MVC Application
We'll introduce the Model object to pass data between layers.
16 Part 4- Using RequestDispatcher in the MVC Application
The RequestDispatcher object helps us transfer the request from the controller to the view.
17 - Introduction to JSTL and the useBean tag
We'll learn what is JSTL and why it is used. We'll also use the useBean tag.
18 - Request Parameters with the setProperty tag
We'll learn JSTL's support for the request parameters and the setProperty tag.
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