Composing Pages with Tiles

Using the Tiles Document Assembly Framework

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References
  • Apache Struts home page.
  • Apache Struts documentation.
  • JSP and servlet programming resources.
  • Servlet 2.3 and JSP 1.2 API.
  • Servlet 2.4 API.
  • JSP 2.0 API.
  • JSP, servlet, and Struts training and consulting
Apache Struts Books
  • Struts in Action: Building Web Applications with the Leading Java Framework.
  • Programming Jakarta Struts.
  • Professional Jakarta Struts.
Servlet & JSP Books
  • Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Second Edition.
  • Free online version of the First Edition of Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages. In PDF.
  • More Servlets and JavaServer Pages.