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    Ali Imran Guest

    Easiest book for Java Server Side Programming.


    I am an novice Java Programmer. I do have web applications Development experience
    with Active Server Pages, JavaScript, DHTML, XML, VBScript, ActiveX Now I
    want to turn my development with Java Technology, I don't want to go for
    Applet Development becuase the limitions it have. I want to start working
    with Servlets, Beans, JSPs, JDBC etc. In simple all the server side programming
    provided by Java. I told all my background now, I need a good advice if there
    is any good and easy to understand books available for that.

    Any help or advise will be appricated.

    Ali Imran


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    Mio Nino Marquez Guest

    Re: Easiest book for Java Server Side Programming.

    Ali,

    Been there... I suggest you get a good understanding of Java as a language
    first.
    Two books come to mind, Beginning Java 2 - JDK 1.3 edition and Thinking in
    Java 2nd Edition.
    The Thinking in Java is available for download from www.bruceeckel.com

    For Servlets and JSP, I would suggest Core Servlets and Java Server Pages.
    I've also recently bought Professional JSP from Wrox. Seems a good one.

    Too many books mentioned heh?

    HTH anyway. :-)

    Mio Nino Marquez



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    Abdullah Guest

    Re: Easiest book for Java Server Side Programming.


    "Mio Nino Marquez" <someone@myrealbox.com> wrote:
    >Ali,
    >
    >Been there... I suggest you get a good understanding of Java as a language
    >first.
    >Two books come to mind, Beginning Java 2 - JDK 1.3 edition and Thinking

    in
    >Java 2nd Edition.
    >The Thinking in Java is available for download from www.bruceeckel.com
    >
    >For Servlets and JSP, I would suggest Core Servlets and Java Server Pages.
    >I've also recently bought Professional JSP from Wrox. Seems a good one.
    >
    >Too many books mentioned heh?
    >
    >HTH anyway. :-)
    >
    >Mio Nino Marquez
    >
    >

    As Ali said that he has some jave knowledg, I just wanted to ask Ali about
    the best way to start learning JAVA

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