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Christopher Whu
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More and more of my clients are asking for web apps, what is the best java technology or variant to study up on... I buy a lot of java books, i want to buy one that will help me make my applications more robust and modern...

My app server is glassfish V3...
 
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That totally depends. There are a million and one frameworks that allow you to build webapps: seam, Spring, J2EE etc.. And then there are a million and one view technologies you can use: JSF, GWT, JSP etc
 
Christopher Whu
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whats your opinion on what you think would be good...

I really just want to buy a good book...

I publish to glassfish v3, so whatever i pick up has to be able to work with glassfish...
 
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I like the idea behind Seam. It offers an very complete web application framework. But the new J2EE stack intrigues me as well.

And I'm moving this to the Book section.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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