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<h1 class="topictitle1">Web resources</h1>
<div><p>In most cases, all of the resources that you need to create for your Web
application are developed during Web site or Web page design; however, there
are additional resources that you may need to include in your Web project
if you are using more advanced Web technologies in your application.</p>
<p>These Web resources are not typical Web page files, and are often not the
resources that you consider part of the final Web site. For example, tag libraries
and Java¬ô resources,
such as JAR files, are resources you might need to include in your Web project.
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<p>In fact, even the WAR file itself could be considered a Web resource, if
you consider importing or exporting the resource.</p>
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<div><p><b class="relconceptshd">Related concepts</b><br />
<a href="cwebpagedesign.html" title="">Web page design</a><br />
<a href="cwwarovr.html" title="">Web archive (WAR) files</a><br />
<a href="cpdjsps.html" title="">JavaServer Pages (JSP) technology</a><br />
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