Pro Hibernate and MongoDB shows you how to use and integrate Hibernate and MongoDB together as a complete out of the box persistence and database application solution. More specifically, this book guides you through bootstrap, queries and mappings for an enterprise application and then migrating to the Cloud.
Pro Hibernate 3 is the first book to offer complete coverage of the open source lightweight Hibernate 3 and its features. Authors Dave Minter and Jeff Linwood discuss the persistence layer and share design tips and best practices. The duo goes well below the surface, and teaches you how to step back and solve problems thoroughly.
Pro Flex on Spring is the first book of its kind to take an advanced look at building rich Internet applications that combine interactive user experiences created in Flex with a solid approach for delivering back-end services with Spring.
Mike Keith, EJB 3.0 co-specification lead, and Merrick Schinariol, reviewer of EJB 3.0, offer unparalleled insight and expertise on the EJB 3.0 persistence specification, in a truly definitive guide to using this sophisticated technology to its full potential.
This book begins with a concise introduction to XML and Web Services. Subsequent chapters devote themselves to specific subprojectscovering their purposes, APIs, implementation, and practical uses through appropriate code examples.
Pro Apache Tomcat 6 is ideal for Tomcat administrators and others who want to configure Tomcat. Author Matthew Moodie describes configuration files, as well as administration features like security, auto-deployment, remote deployment, and data sources.
Pro Apache Struts with Ajax maps out how to use the Apache Struts MVC web framework so you can solve everyday web application development challenges. This book takes an application-centric approach: the development of an application drives Struts along with Ajax coveragenot the other way around.
Pro Apache Log4j, Second Edition provides best practices guidelines and comprehensive coverage of the release of version 1.2.9. Step by step, the book explains core concepts, from basic to advanced. Code samples are in Java and include guidelines for different application-specific needs.
This book teaches you all about using Apache Geronimo, the open-source lightweight J2EE/Java EE 5 web application server. It's a must-have title because it explores relevant internals, features lots of code samples, and is the first book to cover Apache Geronimo in such detail.
If you want exposure to the new open source lightweight SOA-driven Apache Beehive framework project, then pick up Pro Apache Beehive, the first book on this MVC Web framework, which is increasingly gaining interest in the Eclipse community through Eclipse Pollinate.