Servlets are server-side Java applications. Most contemporary Web servers and application servers provide support for servlets in some fashion. Many other server-side technologies are based on servlets, e.g. JavaServer Pages (JSP). Note that in recent years interest in Java servlets per se has been overtaken by interest in J2EE application servers.
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Apache Cocoon Project
Cocoon is an XML based servlet framework.
Enhydra XMLC Project
An open source Java/XML presentation compiler with an object-oriented mechanism for creating dynamic content from static HTML and XML documents.
Java Servlet Technology
Official specification and reference implementation.
Access to Java Servlet 2.3 and JavaServer Pages 1.2 specifications.
Java-Servlet web host supporting v2.3 and v2.4 servlet specification.
Offers servlet software, mailing lists, servlet-capable ISP list, engines, tools, articles, and examples, from Jason Hunter, author of "Java Servlet Programming" (O'Reilly).
A JSP/Servlet partial caching system. This is a universal container independent caching system that allows you to write faster running servlets and JSP's in Java. [Open source, BSD License]
An open source framework for building Servlet/JSP based web applications based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) design paradigm [Open Source, BSD-like]
Template toolkit for Java servlets
xml.com: XML and Java Servlets
A resource directory enumerating the XML tools available for use within Java servlets.
An Introduction to Java Servlets
Servlets can solve many of the problems associated with CGI and proprietary server APIs. This article describes the overall servlet architecture and how to develop applications with servlets. (March 10, 1999)
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