Apache Tomcat | JSF | Websphere | JBoss
Apache Tomcat is an open source web server and servlet container. It is used to run Java-based web applications, including both Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) and Java Standard Edition (Java SE) applications. Some popular technologies related to Apache Tomcat are:
Java Servlets: These are small Java programs that run in a servlet container such as Tomcat. Servlets provide a convenient way to create dynamic and interactive web applications by responding to requests from clients and generating appropriate responses.
JavaServer Pages (JSP): These are Java-based templates for creating HTML pages. JSPs allow developers to embed Java code directly into their web pages, making it easier to create dynamic and personalized content.
JavaServer Faces (JSF): This is a component-based framework for building web applications in Java. It provides a set of UI components and other tools for building user interfaces, as well as a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture for organizing application logic.
Apache Struts: This is a web application framework for Java based on servlets and JSP. It provides a set of reusable components for common web application tasks, such as form validation and data binding, as well as a plugin architecture to extend the framework.
Overall, these technologies provide the tools and infrastructure needed to build and deploy Java-based web applications on Apache Tomcat.
BITS experts have used Apache Tomcat as well as related technologies in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.