The Jakarta EE Servlet API defines a server-side API to handle HTTP requests and responses.
In this tutorial, I summarize the tutorials of Huong Dan Java on Jakarta EE Servlet API for your reference.
To run Jakarta EE applications in Eclipse, you can use Tomcat.
Similar to Tomcat, you can also use GlassFish to run Jakarta EE applications.
To create a Jakarta EE application with Maven, you can refer to this tutorial.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a Jakarta EE application in Eclipsein without using Maven.
Learn about the HttpServlet object to see how Jakarta EE applications handle requests from users?
In this tutorial, I will talk about ServletContext and ServletConfig in Jakarta EE Servlet.
In this tutorial, I talk about ServletContextEvent and ServletContextListener in Jakarta EE Servlet.
In this tutorial, I will guide you all on how to configure and use Thymeleaf in Jakarta EE Servlet.