- Automate your build process using Java and Ant
Michael Cymerman; Javaworld
Ant is a powerful scripting tool that lets you craft build processes around your code requirements using predefined tasks
and provides expansion capability to handle even more difficult tasks. This article is an introduction to the powerful XML-based
scripting tool that can automate your mundane tasks and allow you to concentrate on your business rules and code development.
Articles about building web-applications using Java and optionally XML.
- Developing XML Solutions with JavaServer Pages Technology
This paper highlights how JSP pages can consume XML data and generate XML-based markup languages for various types of Web-based
Java and XML is essential for business-to-business information interchange, synchronous data messaging, and business service
objects as well as content generation using the following: JAXP API, Servlets, DOM, XSL/XSLT and Schemas.
- Processing XML with Java
Elliotte Rusty Harold (NEW 23. January)
Excellent Online Chapter.
- Solve your servlet-based presentation problems
Kevin Unger; Javaworld
Should you use raw servlets, JSP pages, servlets with a templating engine, an automatic HTML-to-Java compiler, or XSL stylesheets
to implement content presentation in your next thin-client application? This article surveys the various techniques and helps
you make the best decision for your project.
- Surveying the Landscape
Christian Cryder; Enhydra
The purpose of this document is to briefly survey the server-side presentation layer landscape to identify other frameworks
that share similar problem domains to those addressed by the Rocks MVC and Component frameworks. Additional documents will
provide more detailed analysis of the specific projects mentioned here.
- XML, Java, databases and the Web
Nazmul Idris, developerlife.com
In this article I will talk about certain strategies that make it easier to design systems where you have
to use these APIs (DOM, SAX, Servlet API, JDBC, RMI etc.)
and integrate your solution with pre existing software solutions (RDBMS, OODBMS, File systens, Webservers).
I will show you how I "think" about all the pieces of our rather large puzzle and also how some of
these pieces "fit" to create the big picture view of how all this stuff might one day work.
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