JSP Tutorial Library

14 Lessons

JSP - Introduction

JSP stands for Java Server Pages is a technology for building web applications that support dynamic content and acts as a Java servlet technology. This chapter describes the facts, features, and benefits of using JSP.

    JSP - Environment Setup

    To work on JSP and create dynamic pages, you will need an environment where you can develop and run web applications built using JSP. In this lesson, you will learn how to create and set up an environment to start with JSP programming.

       

      JSP - Architecture

      The JSP architecture is a 3-tier architecture where each part has its own roles and functionalities. This chapter describes the JSP architecture and how the webserver processes JSP pages.

        JSP - Life Cycle

        A JSP page life cycle is defined as a process from its translation phase to the destruction phase. This lesson describes the various stages of a JSP page life cycle.

          JSP - Scripting Elements

          Java provides various scripting elements that allow you to insert Java code from your JSP code into the servlet. Scripting elements have different components that are allowed by JSP. Understanding each of these components is essential to writing code in […]

            JSP - Directives

            Directives supply directions and messages to a JSP container. The directives provide global information about the entire page of JSP. Hence, they are an essential part of the JSP code. These special instructions are used for translating JSP to servlet […]

              JSP - Actions

              It is necessary to control the servlet engine's behavior, which can be controlled dynamically by inserting the file by reusing the JavaBeans components or redirecting or forwarding the user to another page., i.e., by forwarding the request to another resource, […]

                JSP - Expressions

                Expression tags are one of the most useful scripting elements of JSP. Expression tags use special tags to print the different java expressions and output directly on the client-side. You can also use this for displaying information on your client […]

                  JSP - Implicit Objects

                  There is another concept of JSP, which are Java objects made available by the developers for each page, allowing developers to call them directly without any explicit declaration. JSP implicit objects are essential components used in this regard. In this […]

                    JSP - Request

                    In dynamic web application development, client and server interactions are essential for sending and receiving information over the Internet. When the browser requests a webpage, a lot of information is sent to the webserver. Such information cannot be read directly […]

                      JSP - Response

                      As you know, in dynamic web application development, client and server interactions are necessary to send and receive information over the Internet. When the browser requests a webpage, a lot of information is sent to the webserver, and the webserver […]

                        JSP - Session

                        In any normal website, the user performs multiple interactions on different pages of the site. It is beneficial for the site to customize the data according to each user. This allows the user to maintain a personal space for their […]

                          JSP - Exceptions

                          When you write code in JSP, you can make some errors while writing lines of code. These errors can be classified into different types. But some errors occur when the code is not logically accurate or an internal error from […]

                            JSP - Standard Tag Library (JSTL)

                            The JSP library has a collection of useful JSP tags, responsible and functionally capable of encapsulating the core utilities typically found in a JSP application. JSTL, known as JSP Standard Tag Library, is a set of tags. This helps make […]

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