This is the eBook version of the printed book. A new edition of this title is available, ISBN-10: 0137129394 ISBN-13: 9780137129393
Discover JBoss Seam: the Unified Framework for Simpler, More Powerful Web Developmentï¿½ JBoss Seam integrates EJB 3. 0 and JSF components under a unified framework that simplifies and accelerates Java EE web development. Now, JBoss Seam?s project leader and technology evangelist take you inside this powerful new technology, showing exactly how to put it to work. ï¿½ ï¿½ Michael Yuan and Thomas Heute show how JBoss Seam enables you to create web applications that would have been difficult or impossible with previous Java frameworks. Through hands-on examples and a complete case study application, you?ll learn how to leverage JBoss Seam?s breakthrough state management capabilities; integrate business processes and rules; use AJAX with Seam; and deploy your application into production, one step at a . . . More >>
This multi-part screencast series shows how NetBeans 6.9 provides comprehensive tooling for Java EE 6 & GlassFish 3. The different parts show: 1. A simple Java EE 6 application (JSP, Servlets, EJB) 2. Reading database table using Java Persistence API 2 3. Using Facelets with Java Server Faces 2 4. Contexts & Dependency Injection with JSF 2 5. RESTful Web services using JAX-RS This is part #1 and all screencasts are hosted at blogs.sun.com
If you’re like me, you spend a lot of time dealing with legacy code that, for whatever reason, does not take advantage of modern methodologies and libraries. I’ve taken over Java projects that contain hundreds of thousands of lines of code and not a single third-party jar other than a JDBC driver! One of the most common examples of this is the implementation of the data access layer. These days, the de facto methodology involves Hibernate and DAOs, usually managed by Spring.
This article will detail the steps I recently took to covert a large application from custom-written data access to Hibernate and Spring using the refactoring facilities in Eclipse. The key with this refactorization is to get the existing business logic code (Struts Actions, JSPs, Delegate classes, Business Service classes, etc. ) to access the datastore using Hibernate, managed by Spring, without manually changing any of that code directly. Part 1 will include creating the Hibernate data object classes, DAOs, and refactoring the existing code to work with these newly created types. Part 2 will conclude the project with integration of the Hibernate DAOs and wiring everything up with Spring.
If you are interested in learning a computer language, then I recommend JAVA. This language is one of the most commonly used languages in the world and can be fitted to almost any application. In this tutorial I will show the installation all the way to your very first program. So get ready to learn JAVA! Installation Guide: 1) Download “Jcreator Software” 2) Install “Jcreator Software” 3) Download “SE Development Kit” 4) Install “SE Development Kit” 5) Open “Jcreator Software” 6) Your Done! Jcreator Software: www.jcreator.com SE Development Kit: cds.sun.com
This is an introduction to Java EE Enterprise Java Bean (EJB 3) technology. It’s just an hello world example and this is part1. This series of posts will cover: How to create a simple ejb, How to write an standalone client application for that bean, How to deploy it on a real server etc. And there will be a screencast of every tutorial. darq.weboder.com
Traditionally, Enterprise Java (J2EE, now Java EE) has been viewed as a complex, high performance technology. As a result average developers (Elvis) have looked to alternatives like Spring and Hibernate. This has lead to exaggerated reports that Java EE is dead. Java EE 5 will change the game. Difficult boilerplate code is gone, replaced by simple annotations. The best ideas of Hibernate and Spring are part of EE 5. For the first time, large parts of the Java EE tec… More >>