Practical JBoss Seam Projects

By Jim Farley

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Practical JBoss Seam Projects, written by renowned author and enterprise Java practitioner Jim Farley, is the first practical projects book of its kind on this groundbreaking open-source lightweight JSF-EJB3 framework.

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  • ISBN13: 978-1-59059-863-4
  • 229 Pages
  • User Level: Beginner to Advanced
  • Publication Date: August 2, 2007
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • Print Book Price: $39.99
  • eBook Price: $27.99
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Practical JBoss® Seam Projects, written by renowned author and enterprise Java practitioner Jim Farley, is the first practical projects book of its kind on this groundbreaking open-source lightweight JSF-EJB3 framework.

  • Practical application scenarios are used to demonstrate the nature of the JBoss Seam framework, its efficacy, and its limitations
  • The series of scenarios and cases demonstrate key elements of the framework (e.g., basic web application development, rich web clients with Ajax, and so forth)
  • Real-world case studies offer valuable insight into the new practices of JBoss Seam Web 2.0 development

What you’ll learn

  • How to use the open source lightweight standards-based Seam framework in the context of the Java EE 5 environment
  • A quick, broad primer on Seam by examining a “canonical” web application
  • To appreciate the JSF extension capabilities offered by Seam (including conversations and breadcrumbs), the use of EJB3 session backing beans, and general persistence management
  • Practical help from case studies, such as a PayPal-like web application project
  • Understand page-flow management provided by Seam's jPDL through a working case study
  • Design rich web user interfaces using Seam and Ajax in another working case study
  • Discover the workflow and BPM support provided by Seams integration with jBPM

Who this book is for

Intermediate Java developers with fundamental knowledge of enterprise issues and frameworks. Experience or a basic understanding of J2EE/Java EE 5 should suffice.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Introducing Seam
  2. Seam Configuration and Administration
  3. Component Fundamentals
  4. Contexts and Conversations
  5. Structured Pageflow
  6. Security
  7. Business Process Management
  8. Rich Web Clients
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