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by Sam Griffith,Norman Richards

Author: Sam Griffith,Norman Richards
Subcategory: Programming
Language: English
Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (July 8, 2005)
Pages: 176 pages
Category: Technologies and Computers
Rating: 4.4
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Richards and Griffith have created a book that will be immensely useful to people who have some J2EE background or have worked with other J2EE servers before.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading JBoss: A Developer's Notebook. Richards and Griffith have created a book that will be immensely useful to people who have some J2EE background or have worked with other J2EE servers before. By following the material, the reader can get the essentials necessary to start playing with JBoss in a matter of a couple of hours rather than days.

JBoss: A Developer's Notebook takes you on a complete tour of JBoss in a very unique way: rather than long discussions, you will find code-lots of code. In fact, the book is a collection of hands-on labs that take you through the critical JBoss features step-by-step. You don't just read about JBoss, you learn it through direct practical application. That includes exploring the server's many configurations: from bare features for simple applications, to the lightweight J2EE configuration, to everything JBoss has in store-including Hibernate and Tomcat.

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There's nothing ordinary about JBoss. There's nothing ordinary about JBoss. And with its dynamic architecture, JBoss isn't just a J2EE server.

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Norman Richards is a JBoss developer at JBoss, In. and is a strong believer . Sam Griffith, Jr. has been doing software development since 1979 and object-oriented development since 1987, starting with MacApp with the MacPIG group at Texas A&M

Norman Richards is a JBoss developer at JBoss, In. and is a strong believer in the professional open source model which allows him to earn . Selection from JBoss: A Developer's Notebook Sam Griffith, Jr. has been doing software development since 1979 and object-oriented development since 1987, starting with MacApp with the MacPIG group at Texas A&M. He transitioned to NeXSTEP, C++, Objective-C, and Smalltalk and did some mentoring in object-oriented development methods. He worked as a mentor and developer with those tools through the 1990s. In 1995, he began working with the first version of Java.

JBoss: A Developer's Notebook. Authors: Norman Richards, Sam Griffith. Published: 2005-06-28. There's nothing ordinary about JBoss

JBoss: A Developer's Notebook. JBoss . - The Official Guide. The following titles are part of the official JBoss Book Series published by Prentice Hall Professional Publications. By Norman Richards and Sam Griffith, Published by O'Reilly. JBoss: A Developer's Notebook takes you on a complete tour of JBoss in a very unique way: rather than long discussions, you will find code-lots of code. By Scott Stark, Marc Fleury and Norman Richards, Published by Sams.

There's nothing ordinary about JBoss. What began as an open source EJB container project six years ago has become a fully certified J2EE 1.4 application server with the largest market share, competitive with proprietary Java application servers in features and quality. And with its dynamic architecture, JBoss isn't just a J2EE server. You can alter the services to make J2EE work the way you want, or even throw J2EE away completely.

After more than a million downloads, many JBoss users are no longer trying it out on internal test boxes, but rolling it out on production machines. JBoss: A Developer's Notebook takes you on a complete tour of JBoss in a very unique way: rather than long discussions, you will find code--lots of code. In fact, the book is a collection of hands-on labs that take you through the critical JBoss features step-by-step. You don't just read about JBoss, you learn it through direct practical application. That includes exploring the server's many configurations: from bare features for simple applications, to the lightweight J2EE configuration, to everything JBoss has in store-including Hibernate and Tomcat.

JBoss: A Developer's Notebook also introduces the management console, the web services messaging features, enhanced monitoring capabilities, and shows you how to improve performance. At the end of each lab, you'll find a section called "What about..." that anticipates and answers likely follow-up questions, along with a section that points you to articles and other resources if you need more information.

JBoss is truly an extraordinary application server. And we have an extraordinary way for you to learn it.