Best Practice with Expresso Framework
Why invent the wheel every time you develop an application in Java? Writing a J2EE web application is complicated enough; you would not write a linked list module in C++ every time you started a new project. You would rather use another person's implementation. The same reuse-idea surely applies to server-side web development. This article looks at the best practices of using one popular web application toolkit, Expresso Framework. The idea of using custom tags, JSP, and the MVC paradigm are suitable for such frameworks. It will illustrate the best of practice through an on-line stock trading program example.