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Where is best JSP tutoriall, at least best for you?
I will appreciate also downloadable for offline use. I'm extremely noob to JSP but I know some java

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Get your self Head First Servlet and JSP (limited preview available from google books), which will help you with basics. Then you can extend it with some frameworks Hibernate, Spring, Tapestry etc.

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Yeah i used HeadFirst for Java SE and it was good, but some people love it and some hate it.

I think this book is the easiest option to start Java web development. After this, one can move on other technologies (JSF, Hibernate, Struts, Spring, Tapestry, Seam etc.) Besides, it is recommended book if you wish to take Sun Certified Web Component Developer (SCWCD)

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