Books: 18

Java EE

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The Most Complete, Practical, and Actionable Guide to Microservices Going beyond mere theory and marketing hype, Eberhard Wolff presents all the knowledge you need to capture the full benefits of this emerging paradigm. He illuminates microservice concepts, architectures, and scenarios from a technology-neutral more » standpoint, and demonstrates how to implement them with today’s leading technologies such as Docker, Java, Spring Boot, the Netflix stack, and Spring Cloud. The author fully explains the benefits and tradeoffs associated with microservices, and guides you through the entire project lifecycle: development, testing, deployment, operations, and more. You’ll find best practices for architecting microservice-based systems, individual microservices, and nanoservices, each illuminated with pragmatic examples. The author supplements opinions based on his experience with concise essays from other experts, enriching your understanding and illuminating areas where experts disagree. Readers are challenged to experiment on their own the concepts explained in the book to gain hands-on experience. * Discover what microservices are, and how they differ from other forms of modularization * Modernize legacy applications and efficiently build new systems * Drive more value from continuous delivery with microservices * Learn how microservices differ from SOA * Optimize the microservices project lifecycle * Plan, visualize, manage, and evolve architecture * Integrate and communicate among microservices * Apply advanced architectural techniques, including CQRS and Event Sourcing * Maximize resilience and stability * Operate and monitor microservices in production * Build a full implementation with Docker, Java, Spring Boot, the Netflix stack, and Spring Cloud * Explore nanoservices with Amazon Lambda, OSGi, Java EE, Vert.x, Erlang, and Seneca * Understand microservices’ impact on teams, technical leaders, product owners, and stakeholders Managers will discover better ways to support microservices, and learn how adopting the method affects the entire organization. Developers will master the technical skills and concepts they need to be effective. Architects will gain a deep understanding of key issues in creating or migrating toward microservices, and exactly what it will take to transform their plans into reality. « less
2016
Your one-stop guide to developing Java® EE applications with the Eclipse IDE, Maven, and WildFly® 8.1
This book starts with an introduction to EJB 3 and how to set up the environment, including the configuration of a MySQL database for use with WildFly. We will then develop object-relational mapping with Hibernate 4, build and package the application with Maven, and then deploy it in WildFly 8.1, followed more » by a demonstration of the use of Facelets in a web application. Moving on from that, we will create an Ajax application in the Eclipse IDE, compile and package it using Maven, and run the web application on WildFly 8.1 with a MySQL database. In the final leg of this book, we will discuss support for generating and parsing JSON with WildFly 8.1. ***** Who This Book Is For ***** This book is for professional WildFly developers. If you are already using JBoss or WildFly but don't use the Eclipse IDE and Maven for development, this book will show you how the Eclipse IDE and Maven facilitate the development of Java EE applications with WildFly 8.1. This book does not provide a beginner-level introduction to Java EE as it is written as an intermediate/advanced course in Java EE development with WildFly 8.1. « less
2015
The EJB 3 framework provides a standard way to capture business logic in manageable server-side modules, making it easier to write, maintain, and extend Java EE applications. EJB 3.2 provides more enhancements and intelligent defaults and integrates more fully with other Java technologies, such as CDI, more » to make development even easier. EJB 3 in Action, Second Edition is a fast-paced tutorial for Java EE business component developers using EJB 3.2, JPA, and CDI. It tackles EJB head-on through numerous code samples, real-life scenarios, and illustrations. Beyond the basics, this book includes internal implementation details, best practices, design patterns, performance tuning tips, and various means of access including Web Services, REST Services, and WebSockets. « less
2014
A practical guide to install and configure the GlassFish 4 application server and develop Java EE 7 applications to be deployed to this server
GlassFish is a free, open source application server which supports all the major Java features such as Enterprise JavaBeans, JPA, JavaServer Faces, JMS, RMI, JavaServer Pages, and servlets. It is the first Java EE 7 compliant application server. All major Java EE technologies and API's are covered in more » this version of Java. GlassFish server allows the user to work with the extensile, adaptable, and lightweight Java EE 7 platform. This book explores the installation and configuration of GlassFish, and then moves on to Java EE 7 application development, covering all major Java EE 7 APIs. It focuses on going beyond the basics to develop Java applications deployed to the GlassFish 4 application server. The book covers all major Java EE 7 APIs including JSF 2.2, EJB 3.2, CDI 1.1, the Java API for WebSocket, JAX-WS, JAX-RS and more. « less
2014
Master the Code, Applications, and Frameworks of Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7
The Definitive Guide to Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 Java EE 7: The Big Picture uniquely explores the entire Java EE 7 platform in an all-encompassing style while examining each tier of the platform in enough detail so that you can select the right technologies for specific project needs. In more » this authoritative guide, Java expert Danny Coward walks you through the code, applications, and frameworks that power the platform. Take full advantage of the robust capabilities of Java EE 7, increase your productivity, and meet enterprise demands with help from this Oracle Press resource. * Explore the features of the Java servlet model and Java servlet API * Create dynamic web content with JavaServer Pages and JavaServer Faces * Build websites for nonbrowser clients with JAX-RS * Push data to web clients using Java WebSockets * Secure web applications * Work with web component APIs * Maximize enterprise beans for multithreading, asynchronous processes, transactions, and more * Access relational databases with the Java Database Connectivity APIs and the Java Persistence API * Understand the packaging and deployment mechanisms of Java EE applications * Work with Java EE Contexts and Dependency Injection * Secure enterprise beans in a Java EE application * Enable parallel processing with Java EE concurrency APIs « less
2014
Pro Spring updates the perennial bestseller with the latest that the Spring Framework 4 has to offer. Now in its fourth edition, this popular book is by far the most comprehensive and definitive treatment of Spring available. With Pro Spring, you’ll learn Spring basics and core topics, and share the more » authors’ insights and real–world experiences with remoting, Hibernate, and EJB. Beyond the basics, you'll learn how to leverage the Spring Framework to build the various tiers or parts of an enterprise Java application: transactions, web and presentation tiers, deployment, and much more. A full sample application allows you to apply many of the technologies and techniques covered in this book and see how they work together. The agile, lightweight, open-source Spring Framework continues to be the de facto leading enterprise Java application development framework for today's Java programmers and developers. It works with other leading open-source, agile, and lightweight Java technologies such as Hibernate, Groovy, MyBatis, and more. Spring now works with Java EE and JPA 2 as well. After reading this definitive book, you'll be armed with the power of Spring to build complex Spring applications, top to bottom. « less
2014
Enterprise Developer Handbook
Get up to speed on the principal technologies in the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7, and learn how the latest version embraces HTML5, focuses on higher productivity, and provides functionality to meet enterprise demands. Written by Arun Gupta, a key member of the Java EE team, this book provides more » a chapter-by-chapter survey of several Java EE 7 specifications, including WebSockets, Batch Processing, RESTful Web Services, and Java Message Service. You'll also get self-paced instructions for building an end-to-end application with many of the technologies described in the book, which will help you understand the design patterns vital to Java EE development. « less
2013
A Problem-Solution Approach
Java EE 7 Recipes takes an example-based approach in showing how to program Enterprise Java applications in many different scenarios. Be it a small-business web application, or an enterprise database application, Java EE 7 Recipes provides effective and proven solutions to accomplish just about any task more » that you may encounter. You can feel confident using the reliable solutions that are demonstrated in this book in your personal or corporate environment. Let Java EE 7 Recipes show you the way by showing how to build streamlined and reliable applications much faster and easier than ever before by making effective use of the latest frameworks and features on offer in the Java EE 7 release. « less
2013
Rethinking Best Practices
This pragmatic book offers the real world knowledge you need to develop lean and maintainable Java EE 5 / 6 applications. Real World Java EE Patterns - Rethinking Best Practices guides you to efficient patterns and best practices in a structured way, with code from real world projects. This book includes more » coverage of: An introduction into the core principles and APIs of Java EE 6 (EJB, JPA, JMS, JCA, JTA, DI, Convention Over Configuration, REST), Principles of transactions, Isolation Levels, remoting in Java EE 6 context, Discussion of superfluous patterns and outdated best practices like DAOs, Business Delegates, DTOs, extensive layering, indirections, Patterns for integration of asynchronous, legacy, or incompatible resources, Infrastructural patterns for eager-starting of services, thread tracking, pre-condition checks, Java EE 6 lookups or integration of third-party Dependency Injection frameworks like Guice, Fully functional JCA implementation with source code, EJB 2 - EJB 3 migration strategies « less
2009
The move from so–called heavyweight architectures, such as Enterprise JavaBeans, toward lightweight frameworks, like Spring, has not stopped since Pro Spring was published by Rob Harrop and Jan Machacek in 2005; in fact, it’s picked up pace. The Spring Framework remains the leader in this move and provides more » a platform on which you can build your own applications and services. Pro Spring 2.5 covers the new features of Spring 2.5, but moreover, it is focused on the best practices and core standards of contemporary Spring development. As members of the Spring development team at Cake Solutions, the author team brings extensive practical experience gained from working with Spring since version 1.0 and delivering successful systems on top of it. Learn the approaches that really matter in a professional, enterprise–level environment, so you can apply them to your projects today, safe in the knowledge that they just work. WHAT YOU’LL LEARN * Discover how to use Spring’s Inversion of Control (IoC) * Explore Spring’s excellent aspect–oriented programming (AOP) support, including Spring 2.5’s new @AspectJ feature * Find out how to use Spring’s dynamic scripting language features, Spring design patterns, and performance tuning in Spring applications * Learn what really works in real–world Spring development * Understand Spring’s support for the JDBC framework, Hibernate, the Quartz enterprise scheduler, declarative transaction management, and much more * Master Spring’s well–designed MVC framework and add AJAX to your Spring web applications to create flexible, efficient, and manageable applications using the best techniques available WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR Enterprise Java, J2EE/Java EE developers looking to learn and use the Spring meta-framework, the now growing, leading alternative to J2EE/Java EE. « less
2008