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Java Developer's Guide to E-Commerce with XML and JSP

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William B. Brogden / Chris Minnick / Bill Brogden et al.,
«Java Developer's Guide to E-Commerce with XML and JSP»
Sybex Books | ISBN 0782128270 | (January 16, 2001) | HTML | 1.5 Mb | 512 pages








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Product Details
# ISBN: 0782128270
ISBN-13: 9780782128277
# Format: Paperback, 464pp
# Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
# Edition Description: BK&CD-ROM
# Series: Developer's Handbook Series
From Our Editors
If you're an experienced Java programmer, now's the time to leverage your skills in enterprise B2B and web commerce – and here's your book. Relentlessly hands-on, this book introduces every key concept you need to integrate today's most powerful web development technologies, XML and JavaServer Pages. The heart of the book: real-world applications that walk you through the entire process of building an e-commerce site, including shopping cart components, catalogs, information-gathering, content management tools for company news, and more. Fully up-to-date coverage of Servlets 2.2/JSP 1.1, plus a CD-ROM full of code and tools – including Tomcat, which JSP-enables Apache.
Annotation
Text and CD-ROM offering instruction in Java programming with XML and JSP APIs. Shows how Java can be used to solve a variety of Web site problems, and to speed up development and simplify maintenance. The CD-ROM comes with a sample catalog in XML, and the code needed to accomplish a number of e-commerce tasks.
From the Publisher
XML: the perfect complement to Java in a total e-commerce solution.

Your Java programming knowledge will go a long way toward building an effective e-commerce site. XML is the missing piece, and Java Developer's Guide to E-Commerce With XML and JSP gives you expert instruction in the techniques that unite these closely aligned technologies. Covering the latest Servlet and JSP APIs and the current XML standard, this book guides you through all the steps required to build and implement a cohesive, dynamic, and profitable site.

The enclosed CD {NOT INCLUDED IN DOWNLOAD} contains a complete sample catalog in XML, along with the code you need to accomplish a wide variety of critical e-commerce tasks—editing the catalog, searching and presenting data, presenting and analyzing customer surveys, editing and presenting company news, and equipping the site with a full-featured shopping cart application. The CD also contains the Tomcat Java server, version 3.1.
Synopsis
Text and CD-ROM offering instruction in Java programming with XML and JSP APIs. Shows how Java can be used to solve a variety of Web site problems, and to speed up development and simplify maintenance. The CD-ROM comes with a sample catalog in XML, and the code needed to accomplish a number of e-commerce tasks.
Author Description
Bill Brogden has been working with Java since the introduction of version 1.0. He is employed by LANWrights, Inc., where he has been using Java servlet technology for online courseware. Bill has written several books about Java, including Java Developer's Guide to Servlets and JSP, also from Sybex.

Chris Minnick is president of Minnick Web Services, which develops database-driven Web applications for businesses, including law firms and consultancies. Co-author of several Internet-related books and a contributing editor for Software Development magazine, he has been writing about and building Web applications since 1996.