Beginning POJOs takes you through the construction of a complex enterprise Java application centered around JBoss, Spring, Hibernate, Tapestry, and Ant. This book is ideal if you're new to open-source Java and want to build enterprise Java applications from scratch, using the full range of available open-source tools and frameworks.
Reacting to the popularity of J2EE; alternatives such as Ruby on Rails and the enterprise Spring Framework, Red Hat JBossSeam, a new open-source, lightweight JavaEE 5-based contextual application development framework. Beginning JBoss® Seam: From Novice to Professional gets you started as the first book on this popular framework.
This book is for Flash, Silverlight, and other rich Internet application developers looking to use and integrate JavaFX in their Java RIAs, whether it's for the desktop or mobile environments. This book is also for those new to RIA development.
Java and WebSphere provide a solid base for developing large-enterprise applications. Beginning Java with WebSphere provides a step-by-step guide for creating and installing both client- and server-based Java applications using RAD, WebSphere and Java.
To take advantage of Java's features, you must master the syntax of the Java language, gain a practical understanding of objects, and most importantly, structure a Java application from the ground up to make the most of objects. With the 2005 editionupdated for J2SE 5you'll become adept at all three!
If you are a Java programmer, this book offers you a Java approach to beginning Google App Engine. You will explore the runtime environment, front-end technologies like Google Web Toolkit, and the datastore behind App Engine. You'll also explore Java support on App Engine from end to end.
Beginning Java EE 6 Platform with GlassFish 3, Second Edition is one of the first tutorial books on the final version of the Java EE 6 platform. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes the Java EE 6 features and how to use them.
This book shows you how to harness the power of Java EE 5, and examines how the pieces of the platform fit together. You will grow to take the next stepfrom writing client-side desktop applications to writing enterprise applications. You will also learn how to use the individual APIs and tools in the Java EE 5 platform.
Beginning Java and Flex describes new, simpler, and faster ways to develop enterprise rich Internet applications (RIAs) by integrating the Adobe Flex framework with Java technologies like Spring, Hibernate, and more.