JSP Introduction

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JSP is a Java view technology running on a server which allows you to write template text in client side languages like HTML, CSS, JavaScript and so on. JSP supports the so-called taglibs which are backed by pieces of Java code with which you can control the page flow and/or output dynamically (programmatically). A well known taglib is JSTL. JSP also supports Expression Language (EL), with syntax like ${} which can be used to access backend data (actually, the attributes which are available in page, request, session and application scopes), mostly in combination with taglibs.

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