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Practical, projects-based book on JBoss Seam, the up and coming open source lightweight Java EE 5 JSF-EJB3-standards based framework
Written by enterprise Java expert luminary and author, Jim Farley
Uses real-world applications/cases, such as PayPal
Practical JBoss Seam® Web 2.0 Projects, written by renowned author and enterprise Java practitioner Jim Farley, is a practical, projects-based book on this groundbreaking open source lightweight JSF-EJB3 framework. It uses practical application scenarios to demonstrate the nature of the JBoss Seam framework, its efficacy, and its limitations.
A series of scenarios and real-world case studies offer valuable insight into the new practices of JBoss Seam Web 2.0 development. Each demonstrates a specific element of the framework, from a PayPal-like web application project to understanding page-flow management provided by Seam's jPDL to designing rich web user interfaces using Seam and Ajax.
This book details how to use the open source lightweight standards-based Seam framework in the context of the Java EE 5 environment. It provides a quick, broad primer on Seam by examining a "canonical" web application.
Content Level »Popular/general
Keywords »Java - Java EE - Open Source - design - development - interfaces - standards - user interface - web applications