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JSP Tag Liberies Online Training

JSP Tag Liberies


The JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL), is a component of the Java EE Web application development platform. It extends the JSP specification by adding a tag library of JSP tags for common tasks, such as XML data processing, conditional execution, database access, loops and internationalization.

JSTL provides an effective way to embed logic within a JSP page without using embedded Java code directly. The use of a standardised tag set, rather than breaking in and out of Java code, leads to more maintainable code and enables separation of concerns between the development of the application code and user interface.
  • All JSP tag libraries training attendees must have attended Accelebrate's Beginning Java Web Application Development with JSP & Servlets training class, or have equivalent real-world experience. Attendees may also benefit from attending Mastering the JSTL (Java Standard Tag Library).
  • It is a 8 days program and extends up to 2hrs each.
  • The format is 20% theory, 80% Hands-on.

  • It is a 2 days program and extends up to 8hrs each.
  • The format is 20% theory, 80% Hands-on.
    Private Classroom arranged on request and minimum attendies for batch is 4.
course content
  • Introduction
    • The role of taglibs in JSP
    • Overview of the Jakarta Taglibs project (and the tag libraries you can find "off the shelf" prior to building your own)
    • Reasons to use taglibs instead of JavaBeans
  • Creating a custom tag
    • Creating a tag handler
    • Understanding the Tag, IterationTag, and BodyTag interfaces
    • Creating a tag library descriptor file
  • Adding attributes to your tags
    • Deciding whether to use attributes
    • Setting attributes to be required or optional
    • Evaluating attributes at runtime
    • Validating attribute values and responding accordingly
    • Accessing attribute values from within the tag handler
    • Requiring specific combinations of attributes
  • Utilizing TagSupport helper classes
    • The doStartTag() and doEndTag() methods
    • Other key methods
  • Writing tags that contain content between the opening and closing tags
    • Review of the BodyTag and IterationTag interfaces
    • The BodyTagSupport helper class
      • The doStartTag(), doEndTag(), doAfterBody(), and doInitBody() methods
  • Iteration tags (tags that repeat an operation iteratively)
    • The IterationTag interface in-depth
  • Working with scripting variables
    • Scripting variables as a means for facilitating tag cooperation
    • Declaring variables via the TLD
    • Declaring variables via TagExtraInfo classes
    • Validating tags via TEI classes
  • Writing tags that interact with each other or have required nesting relationships
  • Documenting your custom tags
  • Deploying your custom tags
  • Conclusion
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