While other books provide instruction on basic JSP and servlet development, JSP Examples and Best Practices gives developers several best practices and design principles to enable them to build scalable and extensible enterprise Java applications. Through the application of enterprise design patterns, JavaServer Pages technology can be used to build complex enterprise applications in a highly reusable manner. Early JSP applications followed the "model 1" pattern for JSP development, consisting of several pages of HTML and Java code intermixed. Several common functions were hard-coded in several places throughout the pages. As of late, developers have begun applying the "model 2" pattern for JSP development, following more of a standard Model-View-Controller (MVC) approach. Andrew Patzer takes this to a new level by applying enterprise design patterns to create a powerful request-handling framework built upon the MVC model. A framework would not be very useful if it were left by itself. "JSP Examples and Best Practices augments the framework with unit testing, load testing, and automated build procedures using open source tools from the Apache group.
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Author Biography - Andrew Patzer
Andrew Patzer is a web architect for a consulting firm located in the Midwest. His first book, Professional Java Server Programming, is a bestseller and one of the first books to cover J2EE technologies. Andrew served as a lead systems architect for an industry-leading application service provider in the insurance industry. He was directly involved in designing and building a J2EE development framework upon which the company's key product was built. Andrew has delivered several presentations over the years to both local user groups and national conferences.