Web Application Development using Struts, Shale, and JSF

By: Ken Sipe

Abstract: Haven't had time to jump into struts? Wondering what all the fuss is about? Just getting starting with J2EE Web development and want to look at industry best practices? Wanting to improve your Web development practice? This tutorial session provides the details necessary to leave the conference ready to program a struts application using industry best practices. The session starts with a broad walk-through of struts and how to leverage JBuilderX to create a struts application followed by a walk-through of all the struts HTML form tags and how to use them. We go into details on using the Tiles framework within struts. The tutorial includes an introduction to JSF with a look at the future of Struts called Shale.

Ken Sipe is the CEO and Founder of Code Mentor, Inc. He is frequently called on to validate or develop enterprise-level architecture, helping many clients make that transition from strategic vision to tactical implementation. Ken provides mentoring and best practices on all aspects of architecture, design, and development practices. He is an instructor for Borland for Visibroker for Java and previously was an instructor for Rational for OOAD/UML and Rational Rose. In addition, Ken is an internationally recognized speaker in the field of distributed computing.


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