Struts Training

Struts Training course is well-structured to make learners adopt a model–view–controller (MVC) architecture. It provides a framework for creating elegant, and modern Java web applications.

Struts Training Curriculum

Struts Architecture

Struts Framework is a standard for developing well-architected Web applications. In this module, we will discuss about the MVC, model2, XML, Java Beans, Presentation Technology and many more…

MVC and Model 2
Command Pattern
Struts Framework
More XML
Less Java!
Action Mappings
JavaBeans in Struts
Working with Forms
Validation
Presentation Technology
Tiles

Action Mappings

The focus in this module is to teach about the action mappings, command pattern for web applications, how to configure struts and also about the exception handlers.

Command Pattern for Web Applications
ActionServlet
Action
ActionMappings
Struts Configuration
Selecting a Forward
Global Forwards
Global Exception Handlers
Declarative Exception Handling

Forms

Learn, how to work with html forms, types of forms like action forms, Dyna form etc.

Working with HTML Forms
Action Forms (Form Beans)
Relationship to Input
Relationship to Actions
Relationship to the Model
Relationship to Output
DynaActionForm and Map-Backed Forms
Validation
Coarse-Grained Form Beans

Struts Tag Libraries

Here you will learn, how to buid view components, forms, form beans, set of strut tag libraries, what is the scope and duration of form data and also about error messages and logic tags.

Building View Components
Struts Tag Libraries
Attributes and Struts Expressions
Building Forms
Forms and Form Beans
Scope and Duration of Form Data
Managing Hyperlinks
Error Messages
Logic Tags

The JSP Standard Tag Library

It provides an implementation of Standard Tag Library for JavaServer Pages (JSTL) ,tags for manipulating xml, sql and so on..

JSTL Overview
JSP Expression Language
Core Tags
Formatting Tags
XML Tags
SQL Tags
Mixing JSTL
EL
Scripts and Actions

Internationalization And Localization

Understanding about the internationalization and localization using different functions.

i18n in Java
i18n in Actions
i18n in JSTL
i18n in Validation

Input Validation

This module explains about the implementation and validations of action form, web applications, struts, how to configure validation, know about the standard validators and types of validations.

Validation in Web Applications
Validation in Struts
The Struts Validator Plug-In
Validating ActionForm Subtypes
Configuring Validation
Standard Validators
Rules
Reporting Errors
Multi-Page Validation
Client-Side Validation
Limitations on the Client Side
Implementing a Validator
Implementing ActionForm.validate

Advanced Configuration

The advanced configuration helps you to learn about the configurations of struts, object model, command chains, wildcards, chaining actions and many more..

Struts Configuration in Depth
Wildcards
Extensions
The Configuration Object Model
Subclasses
Plug-Ins
Integrating Other Frameworks
Role-Based Security
Chaining Actions
The Composable Request Processor Class
Configuring Command Chains
Modules

Under The Hood

This session allows you to know how to reuse the validation rules, specialized strut actions, global objects and graceful validation.

Global Objects
Specialized Struts Actions
The Utility Package
The Commons BeanUtils Class
Form Beans as Adapters to the Business Tier
Reusing Validation Rules
Graceful Validation

Tiles

By the end of this chapter, you will be able to learn the working of tiles attributes, framework, insertions of body-wrap, instantiating and reusable of layouts and contents and also about the stylesheets.

Consistent Look and Feel
Reusable Layouts and Content
The Tiles Framework
Instantiating Layouts
Body-Wrap Insertions
Tiles and Stylesheets
Working with Tiles Attributes
The Tiles Context
Definitions
Aggregation and Inheritance
The Tiles Plug-In
Forwarding to Definitions
Performance Considerations
Appendix B: Quick Reference

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