THE JAKARTA PROJECT
Click here to download some JSP files for use in website server technology. Unzipped files with the *.java extension can be opened with Windows Notepad. You must have a Java server such as Tomcat available from the Jakarta Project at Apache.
More information about Java Server can be found reading the book "Pure JSP Java Server Pages", James Goodwill, Sams Publishing, 2000, ISBN 0-672-31902-02 or visiting the Java Oracle website for Java technology. Assuming you compile with JDK 1.5+, type-safe Java Generics is king of code! For example, the code snippet: ArrayList<Time> MyTime = new ArrayList<Time>(); tells the compiler that ArrayList MyTime can only contain a generic type Time or an error is thrown. As you're probably using JDK 1.8+, simplifying code with lambada expressions (where appropriate) are becoming the norm. Be prepared to be asked about all this at interview!.
Play Gecko, Connect 4, or Interactive head game.
Servlets run inside a Java-enabled web server, e.g. Apache Tomcat.
Or little survey.
You should try my English grammar test. Choose the correct answer (radio buttons) from the choices given for the missing words and click continue. There are 10 sentences. Good luck!
Add your contact details to me secretly, stored in a database.
Finally, download my networking executable programme and unzip.