Reading the cover of the book it´s obvious that this book covers main topics of the Java EE 6 Web Component Developer Certification. But for those who are studying to get certified, can we consider this book as a "definitive" guide to study the certification? or is it more intended to be a jsp and servlets reference?
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I would like to know, what is the knowledge threshold for a reader of this book; i mean can a reader be at the beginner level to take up this book?
You write concepts, what type of examples have you taken up with this book to explain the concepts?
Do you have abstract examples on each topic or the reader starts with creating a sample application and goes on enhancing the application as she advances with the book and its topics?
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I normally write at least two examples for each subtopic, a simple and easy one to explain the concept, and one that is slightly complex for it to be useful.
So, to answer your question, there are a lot of examples accompanying the book and they are downloadable from:
Budi Kurniawan wrote:Hi Venkat,
There's a chapter on application design, which covers the MVC pattern, dependency injection, connection pooling, etc.
Which other technologies you talk about in the book for this? Do you talk about Spring for dependency injection, Struts (or Spring MVC) for MVC? I mean you cover some frameworks for MVC pattern and DI or you just talk about the concepts themselves?
Thank you very much again.
posted 7 years ago
Dependency injection in general. There's also a simple DI framework implementation.