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From Manning:
This week Manning releases the print edition of "XDoclet in Action"
and MEAP chapters of "Tapestry in Action".
"XDoclet in Action" is the easy to read introduction to XDoclet, a
metadata-driven code generation engine for Java. It is written by
XDoclet committer Craig Walls and XDoclet evangelist Norman
Richards.
JavaRanch.com gave high praise to this book, "An invaluable book
about an indispensable framework! Abundant practical help and
many working examples are offered throughout the book..."
"XDoclet in Action"
by Craig Walls and Norman Richards
ISBN 1932394-05-2
Ebook, PDF, $22.50
Softbound, 624 pages, $44.95
Go to www.manning.com/walls

**** "Tapestry in Action" The New MEAP Book ****
"Tapestry in Action" is now available through the Manning Early
Access Program (MEAP). To get individual PDF chapters as soon
as they are finished, months before publication of the book, go to
www.manning.com/lewisship today. Chapter one is now ready.
This book is an introduction to Tapestry, an open source Java web
framework, and is written by the creator and the principal architect
of the open source Tapestry project. It is accessible to new Tapestry
users and even to developers new to Java web application development
in general. Later chapters discuss more advanced topics including
integration with J2EE and team development.
"There is a better, more elegant way to build web apps--Tapestry In
Action absolutely rocks!" -- Bill Lear, Wayport Inc./DejaNews
"Tapestry in Action"
by Howard Lewis Ship
ISBN 1-932394-11-7
Softbound, 400 pages, $44.95
Ebook, PDF, $22.50
Subscribe now at no extra cost for MEAP www.manning.com/lewisship
 
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