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Thread: Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

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    Default Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

    Hi everyone... I have knowledge in core java,HTML so now i wanna move on to advanced topics but bit confused where should i start...
    Could u plz tell me what all the topics i need to go through and order also?
    Servlets,JSP,JDBC... of these which should i learn 1st???? help me out plz.... Thank u....

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    I am new to this poll,so guys plz excuse me if my post is in wrong sub-forum...


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    Default Re: Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

    If you are planning to work on enterprise applications only those topics makes sense. Start with JDBC then servlets and JSP.

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    Default Re: Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

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    I'll suggest you to learn servlets first wherein you have two separate files, one for front-end and the server side file. Once you get the knowledge of HttpServletRequest and Response, it'd be easier to understand jsp.

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    Default Re: Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

    This is also a good topic. Apache Tomcat 8.5. (Beta) But this is still new out in 2016. You can build a forum with your own clients. If you wanted to start your own gossip stories on Warriors and the team and everything in it, you could make it easier on your clients by generating html codes to use also, from the apache tomcat 8.5. Very much an exciting technology. Always, there and the in place to be.

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    Default Re: Which should i go through 1st(servlets or JSP)???

    This is a 3 year old thread. Please don't try to restart it.

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