e-books in Java Platform Enterprise Edition category
by Alois Reitbauer, et al. - Compuware Corporation , 2012
Performance is a topic of increasing importance for anyone who uses applications to support their business. Today performance engineers have to ensure that complex application landscapes work seamlessly and problems are resolved fast.
by Mark Pollack, et al. - O'Reilly Media , 2012
This book shows you how Spring's data access framework can help you connect to either non-relational or relational databases. You'll learn how Spring Data's model reduces the learning curve for applications with newer data access technologies.
- Oracle , 2010
This is Your First Cup: An Introduction to Java EE Platform, a short tutorial for beginning Java EE programmers. This tutorial is designed to give you a hands-on lesson on developing an enterprise application from initial coding to deployment.
by Eric Jendrock, at al. - Prentice Hall , 2009
This tutorial is a guide to developing enterprise applications for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6). Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have a good knowledge of the Java programming language.
by Marty Hall - Pearson Education , 2001
Ideal for any programmer working with server-side Java, the book provides an up-to-the-minute guide to the latest in essential APIs for creating state-of-the-art Web applications. This tutorial gives you exactly what you need to use Java effectively.
by Inderjeet Singh, at al. - Prentice Hall PTR , 2002
The book describes the key design issues in applications supported by the J2EE platform and offers practical guidelines for both architects and developers. It explores key J2EE platform features such as Java servlets, JavaServer Pages, etc.
by Inderjeet Singh, at al. - Prentice Hall PTR , 2004
Guide to the best practices for designing enterprise-level Web services using the Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) 1.4. It provides the guidelines, patterns, and examples developers need in order to build robust, scalable, and portable solutions.
by Bruce Eckel et. al. - MindView, Inc. , 2003
The goal of J2EE is to create a set of tools that allows the Java developer to build server-based applications more quickly than before, and in a platform-independent way. This book assumes you have read and understood most of Thinking in Java.
by Eric Armstrong, at al. - Sun Microsystems, Inc. , 2006
A guide to developing enterprise applications for the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition version 1.4. It is intended for programmers who are developing J2EE 1.4 applications on the Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.2.
by Rogers Cadenhead, Mark Taber - Sams , 1999
Step-by-step tutorial broken up into 24 short chapters. It starts out at a beginning level and focuses on key concepts and Java basics. More advanced material in new edition covers Java Foundation Classes, Java2D classes, and JavaBeans.
by Richard Hightower - SourceBeat , 2004
Getting started with Struts, testing Struts applications, actionforms and dynaactionforms, the validator framework, the model-view-controller architecture, the Struts tag library, using tiles, the JSTL and Struts, internationalization (I18N), etc.
by Jayson Falkner, Kevin Jones - Addison-Wesley , 2003
A complete guide to building web applications using Java Servlets and JavaServer Pages. It covers installing a JSP/Servlet, HTTP, HTML forms, JSP 2.0, Servlets 2.4, custom tag libraries, JSTL 1.0, error handling, design patterns, and more.
by Derek C. Ashmore - DVT Press , 2004
Written for technical architects and senior developers tasked with designing of J2EE java applications. The book will guide you through the entire process of delivering a project from analysis through application deployment.
by R. P. Sriganesh, G. Brose, M. Silverman - Wiley , 2007
Covering basic through advanced subjects, Mastering Enterprise JavaBeans 3.0 is more than 50 percent new and revised. You'll learn the concepts and techniques for authoring distributed, enterprise components in Java from the ground up.
by Eric Armstrong, et al - Pearson Education , 2005
A concise guide covering the key methods for building Web services using Java 2. It provides practical examples for working with Java Servlets, JSTL and the Java XML Pack. This book is packed with examples to reinforce key concepts.
by Floyd Marinescu - Wiley , 2002
The book EJB Design Patterns is a reference for beginners which reveals high-level design patterns and critical EJB-specific implementation issues, illustrated with source code. Also contains a catalog of twenty advanced EJB patterns.
by Marty Hall, Larry Brown - Prentice Hall PTR , 2003
This book explains the role of servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) in creating e-commerce sites, dynamic web sites, and web-enabled services. Aimed to developers familiar with the Java but have little or no experience with server-side applications.
by Calvin Austin, Monica Pawlan - Addison Wesley Longman , 2000
The authors use Java APIs to construct an enterprise application, providing a look at development, testing, and deployment of an advanced business application. They cover Enterprise JavaBeans technology, security, data and transaction management.