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Hello everyone,
i hope you doing well ? which books are recommended for JAVA EE , i wanna a name books that covers every details of  JAVA EE
thanks in advance

 
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There couldn't possibly be a book like that - JEE is far too big to be covered in a single volume, or even 3 volumes. But in reality, you most likely  wouldn't need all of JEE, but only a subset. The more popular parts are, in no particular order, servlets/JSP/JSTL, JPA and JAX-RS. If you want to dig deeper after that, look at JavaMail, JMS and -maybe- EJB, but always with a view towards how and if you'll be using those.
 
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Tim Moores wrote:There couldn't possibly be a book like that - JEE is far too big to be covered in a single volume, or even 3 volumes. But in reality, you most likely  wouldn't need all of JEE, but only a subset. The more popular parts are, in no particular order, servlets/JSP/JSTL, JPA and JAX-RS. If you want to dig deeper after that, look at JavaMail, JMS and -maybe- EJB, but always with a view towards how and if you'll be using those.


Thanks for informing me , so , could you suggest some books ?
 
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Java EE is now called Jakarta EE and a nice place to start is the tutorial
https://eclipse-ee4j.github.io/jakartaee-tutorial/toc.html
 
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You can check this list:
https://codegym.cc/groups/posts/best-java-books-for-beginners
all books are exhaustively described. Perhaps you will find the book you need here.
I prefer books to YouTube because the information in books is always more structured.
 
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