First of all, I should explain what is the JSP technology and how JSP pages work.The JSP technology is an open, freely available specification developed by Sun Microsystems as an alternative to Microsoft’s Active Server Pages (ASP) technology, and a key component of the Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) specification. Many of the commercially available application servers support JSP technology.
Look this peculiar menu fully developed in XHTML and CSS. It’s good to know the wonders that somebody can do with CSS and a little of imagination. At the moment, people agree in which one of the best ways to make flexible menus and of little weight, is to use CSS. This one is a very powerful tool and it has a great characteristic as it is to separate the code of the appearance.
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I’m gonna tell you how you could configure these 3 tools. Together, they provide great facilities to us to construct and to manipulate web applications. This configuration will be based on:
- Eclipse 3.2 + Web Tools Platform
- Hibernate Core 3.2.4 .SP1 + Hibernate Tools-3.2.0.beta9a
- MySQL 4.1 + MySQL Gui Tools 5.0-r12+ MySQL Connector (driver)
- Apache Tomcat 5.5
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