News: Free Book Download: Servlets and JSP -- The J2EE Web Tier

  1. TheServerSide and DevelopMentor have teamed up to bring you the entire book of 'Servlets and JavaServer Pages - The J2EE Web Tier', By Jayson Faulkner and Kevin Jones. The book looks at what's in the JSP 2.0, Servlet 2.4, and JSTL 1.0 specs, covers state management, design patterns, internationalization support, multi-client design, Java database connectivity and more.

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  2. Thank you[ Go to top ]

  3. That drives me nuts![ Go to top ]

    I stepped through several screens, and i still cannot download it!
    Is it possible to simplify owerall process, people?
  4. Works with Firefox[ Go to top ]

    I couldn't download it with IE but it went smoothly with firefox.Thanx for the book though.
  5. Works with IE now[ Go to top ]

    Now I could download it with IE too.
    Thanks for the book.
  6. Works with Firefox[ Go to top ]

    It's true.
  7. Thank you for serverside team i have benefited from this book
    Ashok Kumar
    GK Technologies,
  8. Thanks for the falkner & Jones book[ Go to top ]

    Thanks a lot for the Serverside.com for the falkner & Jones book on JSPs & servlets.
  9. Thanks For This Book[ Go to top ]

    Really this is book is good, santosh shetgar
  10. Thanks[ Go to top ]

    Thanks for the book
  11. Thanksssssss[ Go to top ]

    thanks for about this book, very good
  12. Thanksssssss[ Go to top ]

    thanks for about this book, very good..!
  13. I don't get to download[ Go to top ]

    I never don't get to download. The file doesnt exist. Please, help me. There was a problem with your server, ok.
  14. It helps if you login first; logging in only when you go to download sometimes means you lose where you were on the site.
  15. Thanks a million[ Go to top ]

    Really thanks for the valuable free stuff.
  16. link wrong, as I can download it?[ Go to top ]

  17. Thank you[ Go to top ]

    Thank you very much for the free release of this book.