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You don't need to know Java Servlet to use ZK, since ZK encapsulates the HTTP requests to higher-level concepts, such as ZUL pages and executions. However, it is helpful if you have some Java Servlet concepts.

Java Servlet Tuturials

A Web container is a server to serve HTTP requests. A software developer who wants to add dynamical content usually implements a so-called Java Servlet.

A Java Servlet is a Java class responsible for processing HTTP requests and then generating the corresponding HTTP response (usually in the format of HTML), based on the requirement of your applications.

A Web container is also known as a Servlet container. Tomcat is one of the famous Web containers.

Rich Java is a good tutorial about Java Servlet.

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