March 19, 2004
JSTL Quick Reference
Bill Siggelkow of Jade Cove Solutions has written a superb JSTL quick reference (PDF).
Combined with IBM developerWorks' A JSTL primer; Part 1: The expression language, Part 2: Getting down to the core, Part 3: Presentation is everything and Part 4: Accessing SQL and XML content, it's all the JSTL documentation you'll ever need.
Posted to Java by Simon Brunning at March 19, 2004 12:43 PM
I run my monitor at 1600 x 1200 with 8 point text, and the font on *that* one is too small even for *me*, Hendrik. ;-)
You welcome, Simon.
I think it is a matter of what you are used to and I agree with you that the developerWorks is better - but for some reason the OnJava articles allways comes first to mind for me.
So by adding them here, these comments now have refernces to just about all the good reference material on JSTL.
When I originally commented I clicked the -Notify me when new comments are added- checkbox and now every time a remark is added I get four emails with the same comment. Is there any means you'll be able to take away me from that service? Thanks!
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