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Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6 - content coverage

 
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Hi David:

Does your book cover practical oriented, critical/important issues in JEE 5 with Netbeans development & with possible solutions?

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The book covers the majority of standard Java EE 5 technologies and APIs such as developing web applications with JSF, EJB 3 development, object relational mapping with JPA, web service development with JAX-WS and more.

It also covers NetBeans' Visual Web JSF tool, which allows to build visually pleasing JSF pages by simply dragging and dropping components from a palette into a page.

Most chapters contain self contained simple and focused examples that illustrate one concept at a time, this approach helps minimize extraneous irrelevant code in the example.

There is one chapter that builds a semi-realistic application that takes advantage of several of the APIs discussed in the book, such as JSF/Visual JSF, JPA and EJB 3.

David
 
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