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01: 12 Web basics every Java web developer must know

Q1. HTTP is a stateless protocol, so how do you maintain state? How do you store user data between requests?
A1. This is a commonly asked interview question. The “http protocol is a stateless request/response based protocol”. You can retain the state information between different page requests as follows:

HTTP Session.

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02: HTTP basics on headers, MIME types, & cookies for Java developers

Q1. What happens when you open up a browser and type a URL to request a Web page or RESTFul web service data? A1. HTTP is a stateless protocol on top of TCP (Transmission Control Protocol). 1) When the IP address is obtained, … Read more ›...

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03: 21+ Java Servlet interview Q&As

Q1. What is a Servlet? Is a Servlet inherently multi-threaded? A1. A Servlet is a Java class that runs within a web container in an application server, servicing multiple client requests concurrently forwarded through the server and the web container. The web browser establishes a socket connection to the host...

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04: 7 JSP interview questions and answers

JSF or JavaScript based frameworks like angularjs, ember, etc are more popular than JSPs for web developemnt. Q1. What is a JSP? How does it differ from a Servlet? A1. JSP stands for Java Server Pages. JSP technology extends the Servlet technology, which means anything you can do with a...

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05: Web patterns interview Q&A

Q1. What do you know about model 0, model 1 and model 2 MVC design patterns? A1. In the model 0 pattern, which is also known as the model-less pattern, business logic is embedded in the JSP pages. The model 0 pattern is fine for a very basic JSP page,...

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