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2.0 Background - Java/J2EE and Web Architecture
2.1 HTTP, the Lorries of the Web
2.2 Web Applications
2.3 The Servlet API
2.4.1 Getting the Java Out I: JavaBeans
2.4.2 Getting the Java Out II: JSP Custom Tags
2.5.1 The Model-View-Controller Design Pattern
3.0.2 Observation: You Cannot Escape Programming
3.1 M-type (Model-only) Toolkits
3.2.1 WebMacro
3.2.2 FreeMarker
3.2.3 Velocity
3.3.1 ActionServlet
3.3.2 Weaver
3.4.1 Tea Servlet
3.4.2 Struts
3.5.1 Niggle
3.5.2 DBForms
3.6.1 Turbine
3.6.2 Expresso
3.6.3 M7
3.7.1 SOFIA
3.7.2 JavaServer Faces
3.7.3 webonswing
3.8.1 Keel Framework
3.8.2 Spring Framework
4.0 Implementing a Simple Web Application
4.1 Servlet-only (“worst case”)
4.2 JSP-only (“worst case”);
4.3 Servlet and JSP (MVC, not using a Framework)
4.4 Implementation using the Niggle Framework
4.5 Implementation Using DBForms
4.6 Implementation Using SOFIA
4.7 Implementation using Struts MVC Framework
4.8 Implementation Using JavaServer Faces
5.0 The Frameworks Catalog Online
6.0 Frameworks: Summary and Conclusion
6.1.1 Debugging
6.1.2 Slower to live web site
6.1.3 More Artifacts
6.2 Frameworks Benefits
6.3 Reflection
6.4 Recommendations
6.5.1 Future Directions
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