Course Description

JSP (JavaServer Pages) and Servlet Basics are essential tools for web developers who want to create dynamic, interactive web pages. JSP is a technology that enables developers to embed Java code within HTML pages to produce dynamic content, while Servlets are Java-based programs that run on a web server to respond to client requests. This course, JSP (JavaServer Pages) and Servlet Basics, is designed to provide an in-depth understanding of these technologies and how they work together. It is suitable for beginners who have some knowledge of Java programming and web development concepts. The course begins with an introduction to JSP and Servlets, including their history, features, and advantages. The course then covers the basics of JSP, including JSP syntax, expressions, directives, and actions. The course also covers how to use JSP to create dynamic content, such as forms, tables, and other interactive elements. Next, the course covers Servlets and how they are used to handle client requests and generate dynamic content. The course covers Servlet API, including the different types of Servlets, Servlet lifecycle, and Servlet configuration. The course also covers how to use Servlets to handle HTTP requests and responses, including processing form data, handling cookies, and implementing security features. The course also covers JSP and Servlet basics integration, including how to use Servlets to handle requests from JSP pages and how to use JSP to generate dynamic content using Servlets. The course covers advanced topics, such as session management, filters, and listeners. The course includes hands-on exercises and projects to help learners gain practical experience in using JSP and Servlets. Learners will develop web applications using JSP and Servlets, including creating dynamic pages, handling form data, and implementing security features. Upon completion of the course, learners will have a comprehensive understanding of JSP and Servlets and their role in web development. They will be able to develop web applications using JSP and Servlets, including creating dynamic content, handling client requests, and implementing security features. They will also be able to integrate JSP and Servlets to build scalable, robust web applications. Author: StudyEasy Organisation, Chaand Sheikh (Udemy)