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From "Mark H. Nichols" <str...@partitionsoftware.com>
Subject Re: some help ...
Date Sat, 27 Apr 2002 19:45:37 GMT
Wrox also has a great JSP book that covers Struts: Professional JSP Site
Design. And there's a book called JSP and Tag Libraries for Web Development
from New Riders that has several chapters on Struts that I found useful when
I started with struts a couple of months ago.

Two months ago I had no Java, JSP, Servlet, or Web application development
experience. I DID have 5 years of distributed OO development experience with
Forte. I am finding the transition to be smooth. Starting all these
technologies at once can be daunting, but it can be done.

Best of luck

/\/\ark


----- Original Message -----
From: "Melanie Harris" <harris_mel@yahoo.com>
To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <struts-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, April 26, 2002 4:48 p
Subject: RE: some help ...


>
>  If the Struts book you ordered from Amazon is 'Struts Fast Track', I'd
suggest cancelling your order.  Not very good.
> However, a new Struts book is being written and published by O'Riley that
sounds good.  You can download chapters 1-4 from:
> http://www.theserverside.com/resources/strutsreview.jsp
>
> Also, Wrox press, JSP 2ND edition has a chapter that covers STruts.
> Finally,  look at these:  http://www.husted.com/struts/
http://rzserv2.fhnon.de/~lg002556/struts/#pi2
> Good Luck,
> -mel h
>
>   reshma deshpande <aa4086@yahoo.com> wrote:
> thanks a lot everybody :-) could you also tell me , what kind of a working
knowledge do i need to have for Java, Servlets, JSP in order to get started
with struts .. (i mean, i guess i dont need to go into multithreading,
applets etc to begin with Struts) .. could somebody give me a little POA
(plan of action) for the next 15 days that wld help me ... i have also
ordered a book on struts from amazon .. and i do have a pretty good
knowlegde about html .. i have done a lot of website design and stuff ..
> regards,
> Reshma
> Boon Chew wrote:
> You need to focus on a few key subject matters: Java, JSP, Servlet API,
HTTP
> protocol, database...I hope you know HTML...
>
> Maybe start with this (in order or better yet, read all of them
> simultaneously):
>
> Beginning JSP Web Development - to learn java and jsp
> Thinking in Java (Publisher: Prentice Hall?), Learning Java (Publisher:
> O'Reilly) - to learn the Java language
> Java Servlet Programming (Publisher: O'Reilly) - to learn the Servlet API
> Web Development with Java Server Pages (Publisher: Manning) - to learn
> Servlet API and JSP
> JSP Tag Libraries (Publisher: Manning)
>
> *Also, read up on database stuff - it's essential to doing any commercial
> site (e.g. www.postgresql.org).
>
> After you read all these (and have absorbed the materials) just pick up
> whatever books you need to fill in the gap.
>
> Code lots and ask questions on newsgroup and read articles on site such as
> java.sun.com and www.javaworld.com. You should be able to get up to speed
> fairly fast. No rocket science really.
>
> - boon
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: reshma deshpande [mailto:aa4086@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Friday, April 26, 2002 1:22 PM
> To: struts-user@jakarta.apache.org
> Subject: some help ...
>
>
>
> Hi!
>
> I have a little question, if you could please answer it...
>
> I am pretty new to the Java environment (just have read some tutorials on
> Java, JSP etc) but dont have much of a real-time coding experience. I have
> got a job, and I would soon be working on Struts. Before I start working
on
> it, I would like to utilize my time well in learning what would be most
> useful for me, from the point of view of starting with Struts and being
> comfortable in the same, as soon as possible. I have around 15-20 days for
> that. Could you please suggest what I should start with, and also a few
> tutorials and books. (in short, could you please tell me what I should
study
> for the next 15-20 days and from where) that would help me the most for
> starting off comfortably with Struts..
>
> Not many people know about Struts (infact, as of now I too dont :) and
hence
> I am pretty much lost and confused with what & how to study... Any help
from
> you would be greatly appreciated !!
>
> Thanks!
> Reshma
>
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