Java server pages
JavaServer Pages help a user create Web content that has static and dynamic components. On a JSP page, static data is expressed with HTML, XML, or other text based formats, and dynamic content is expressed with JSP element. JSP uses a unified expression language to help integrate it with JavaServer Faces and other J2EE Web tier technologies. JSP also makes use of the JSP Standard Tag Library. In this section on JavaServer Pages, we offer news, research and tutorials on using JSF to help develop dynamic Web content. Learn how JSP can help create platform-independent Web applications using Java EE 5 technology, including JavaServer Faces and the JavaServer Page Standard Tag Library.
Quick tip: Lessons for effective portlet development
20 May 2013
Tip - When moving to portlet development from web development, software engineers must remember that servlet and JSP development rules still apply.
Five Neat Liferay Portal 6.1 Features
23 Feb 2012
Tip - If you've ever run a competitive portal, you know that so many of them have little more than the "weather portlet" or "bookmarks" portlet after installation. Liferay is amazing because it has such full featured functionality 'out of the box.' Here's just...
ServletConfig vs. the ServletContext: Understanding the
02 Oct 2011
Tip - The ServletConfig and ServletContext are two members of the Servlet API that developers often confuse with one another, and sadly, because of the confusion, they often don’t take proper advantage of these objects.
Include vs. Forward of the Servlet RequestDispatcher
02 Oct 2011
Tip - The key difference between the two is the fact that the forward method will close the output stream after it has been invoked, whereas the include method leaves the output stream open.