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    JSP reference site?


    I have been using PHP for some time now and their website is EXCELLENT. I can find all of the functions, examples etc. Is there something similar for JSP?
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    http://java.sun.com would be the closest thing. http://developer.java.sun.com is the developers site with loads of handy tips and code snippets and a good forum. The thing about PHP is that it was designed for web page development from the ground up, Java is a general programming language for GUI's and networkin etc. (although it does fit very very well into web development)
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    I find it pretty tough to follow JSP. I guess I am spoiled by the reference at php.net

    Seems ok, I've managed to write some pages but have no idea if I'm doing things right
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    It will take a little bit of time, e.g. one project (3-6 months) before you start feeling comfortable in Java and would really love the Java API docs. Specially if you get comfortable with OOP.

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