Apache Tomcat Bible
* Provides a thorough introduction to all topics Tomcat developers need to understand
* Focuses on developing and deploying Web applications
* Covers use of the popular Ant tool to easily compile and deploy applications in conjunction with Tomcat
* Companion Web site includes all code samples from the book
Part I: Getting Started with Tomcat and Web Applications.
Chapter 1: What Is Tomcat?
Chapter 2: Installing Tomcat.
Chapter 3: Overview of Web Applications.
Part II: Packaging, Compiling, and Deploying Applications for Tomcat.
Chapter 4: Creating Web Applications for Tomcat.
Chapter 5: Compiling and Deploying Using Ant.
Chapter 6: Compiling and Deploying with an IDE.
Chapter 7: Building a Simple WAR: HelloWorld WAR.
Part III: Tomcat Configuration and Applications.
Chapter 8: Configuring the Tomcat Server.
Chapter 9: Using the Administration and Manager Applications.
Chapter 10: Creating a Real Application.
Chapter 11: Debugging.
Chapter 12: Application Security.
Part IV: Advanced Tomcat Techniques.
Chapter 13: Frameworks.
Chapter 14: SOAP.
Chapter 15: Tomcat and Web Servers.
Chapter 16: Load Balancing and Clustering.
Chapter 17: Tools and Utilities.
Chapter 18: Customizing Tomcat.
Warner Godfrey is a dedicated software engineer, who with 4 years’ experience is constantly looking for new technical challenges. Past experience has seen Warner involved in many large-scale Web-based projects. Warner has recently taken a position as Chief Technology Officer at LiveEvents Wireless, a wireless content aggregator developing J2ME applications for mobile devices. An avid surfer, Warner will most likely be found down the coast after writing this book, making up for lost time catching a few waves. Surf conditions not permitting, he may be found kicking up some dust on a mountain bike trail in the nearby hills. Warner may be reached via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rupert Jones has been a Technical Lead for large-scale Internet projects for the past 4 years. He has a wealth of experience in Internet-related application development (J2EE and other) and has been involved in a number of open source projects in his spare time. Outside of work and writing this book Rupert enjoys traveling, reading and dining on fine food and wine. Rupert can be reached at email@example.com.