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    What books do you recommend as best for learning JSP and Java

    Hello,

    What book do you recommend as the best, that is easiest to read and follow with practical examples, for learning JSP?

    And similarly what book do you recommend as best for learning Java?

    In both cases I am looking for a book to teach a beginner.
    FYI, I am very good with programming in php & MySQL.

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    hmm,

    lot of book for java and jsp
    for java you could try bruce eckel thinking in java
    btw head series is really good too

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    Hi,

    I am 1st interested in learning JSP.
    I know JSP is based on Java so learning Java 1st is very good, but from all I
    can see one can delve into learning JSP before hand. FYI, I do some JSP
    development already. I am mainly a php developer, but have taken over
    many parts of our sites that are in JSP and doing pretty well
    But sure would like to find out of the best JSP self learning book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherl0ck View Post
    hmm,
    lot of book for java and jsp
    for java you could try bruce eckel thinking in java
    btw head series is really good too

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    Usualy with jsp we use some frameworks like hibernate,struts,jsf and so on.
    So there is a lot for us to read.Here are some books

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    Thanx for this list of 500 books on Java
    But what I was looking for was People's opinion as to which one book is the BEST book for learning JSP?

    Regards,

    Quote Originally Posted by dimis283 View Post
    Usualy with jsp we use some frameworks like hibernate,struts,jsf and so on.
    So there is a lot for us to read.Here are some books

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    Before you begin in JSP, you should learn the basics of the Java language. "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel. It's available free on his site: http://www.mindview.net/Books/TIJ/

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    Thanks for your suggestion.

    But I am really looking for a book, that can carry and read with sample
    source code, that is about learning JSP quickly.
    I mean I do not need the full blown Java learning right now where one
    can develop applications and applets, but just need to master JSP
    development for purpose of dynamic Web site development.

    Regards,

    Quote Originally Posted by tattobit View Post
    Before you begin in JSP, you should learn the basics of the Java language. "Thinking in Java" by Bruce Eckel. It's available free on his site: http://www.mindview.net/Books/TIJ/

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    JSP is nothing other than Java and HTML combined. What ever dynamic part of JSP you write you will need to do it in Java. However, I've used this book before and found it pretty good:

    http://www.amazon.com/JSP-2-0-Comple.../dp/0072224371

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    hello
    guys
    Thanks for sharing that.

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    If you want a good resource for learning JSP and JAVA, try video tutorials. Search "java video tutorial".


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