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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
 
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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.
 
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