JSTL 1.0: What JSP Applications Need, Part 2by
ONJava Newsletter for 09/13/2002
This week on ONJava.com, O'Reilly's "JavaServer Pages, 2nd Edition" author Hans Bergsten offers part two in his series on the new JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Libraries (JSTL 1.0) specification. In this article, he discusses how JSTL can help you with internationalization and database access.
Also this week, O'Reilly's "Java Swing" author Marc Loy contributes an article on the SpringLayout Class, found in the latest Java 2 SDK version 1.4, as part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). The SpringLayout manager uses the notion of springs and struts to keep everything in place. In this article, Marc provides the FractionSpring.java and CompassButtons.java source files necessary to get started with your Java GUI development efforts.
And finally this week, ONJava.com begins the first in a a series of book excerpts on getting started with JXTA from O'Reilly's "JXTA in a Nutshell." In this excerpt, learn about the JXTA Java environment as well as JXTA class files, shells, and peers.
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This Week's Featured Articles
JSTL 1.0: What JSP Applications Need, Part 2
Part 2 of our JSTL series focuses on internationization, localization and database access.
JFC Swing: The SpringLayout Class
SDK 1.4 includes a new layout manager -- SpringLayout -- which uses the notion of springs and struts to keep every- thing in place.
Getting Started with JXTA, Part 1
In part one in this series of book excerpts on getting started with JXTA from "JXTA in a Nutshell," learn about setting up the JXTA Java environmnet, as well as JXTA class files, shells, and peers.
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Monson-Haefel's EJB 2.1 Web Services, Part 2
The second part of Richard Monson-Haefel's "EJB 2.1 Web Services" column has been posted on TheServerSide. It looks at SAAJ and JAXM.
JDOM and XML Parsing
"Chances are, you've probably used one of a number of Java libraries to manipulate XML data structures in the past. So what's the point of JDOM (Java Document Object Model), and why do developers need it?"
The Race Is On
Generics represent a powerful way of examining and modeling system behavior--Ada first introduced them, and C++ (under the guise of "templates") gave them widespread exposure.
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