It will teach you about the persisting layer based in EJB, parametrise your code and bind them with XML to allows you to generate scaffolder code fast, This book is focused to teach you to develop Java EE applications over the awesome open source Eclipse IDE. If you want to get into Java EE applications using a very powerful and complete IDE Eclipse, and stat to tinker with it, then just get and start to read it on PacktPub NOTE: Although in the present time I am not a Java EE developer, so I am working the most of the time with dynamic languages and working in a very fast development cycles, of course with Agile development, due I work in tech start-up environment, I always spend some of my spare time reading about different technologies to be updated and be able to choose the technology that fulfils to use and business cases that I receive or I may receive in the close future. Therefore, this review is from a person who has read this book to grow his knowledge and update his old Java EE because I developed in it some years ago , because Java EE is very mature technology which have a lot of well-tested libraries, allowing you to build a robust web applications for large companies and organisations. This is not a survey book and doesnt lend itself to read from cover to cover, but rather one would use it by finding which chapter covers what you need to quickly get in and get out like a cookbook. The main strength of this book is that each chapter takes a technology and gives a concise description of how to configure a development environment, how to create a strawman app, and then how to deploy and run an application with that technology on Weblogic and Oracle. Some however might consider this a positive as there is not a lot of expository material to detract from implementation details.
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Develop applications with some of the commonly used technologies using the project facets in Eclipse 3. Clear explanations enriched with the necessary screenshots. In Detail Java EE is the industry standard on enterprise computing and Oracle WebLogic Server is the most comprehensive platform for enterprise applications. Sample applications are available in downloadable format and may be customized to meet requirements. The book starts with a discussion on EJB 3.
A generic web project is developed for PDF and Excel spread sheet reports. JavaServer Faces, the most commonly used view component in web applications is discussed for developing a data table. Facelets, which was integrated into JSF with 2. Java EE frameworks Ajax and Spring are also discussed.
Create a JSF Data table to display database data. Use common header and footer images such as logos in JSF pages. Develop asynchronous web pages. Develop a Spring framework application. Approach This book is step-by-step tutorial guide and a background reference for developing applications with Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle database, the most used application server and database for enterprise applications.
Who this book is written for This book is for professional Java EE developers. Hidden Content.
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Nilkis Table of Contents Chapter 1: Are you sure you want to claim this product using a token? Functional Programming for Java Developers. Java EE 7 Handbook. The main strength of this book is that each chapter takes a technology and gives a concise description of how to configure a development environment, how to create a strawman app, and then how to deploy and run an depak with that technology on Weblogic and Oracle. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. JBoss AS 7 Development. Java EE Development with Eclipse This structured approach enables you to select the pathway which best suits your knowledge level, learning style and task objectives.
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