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Agile Java Development. With Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse (Developer's Library) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 9. Mai 2006


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  • Taschenbuch: 334 Seiten
  • Verlag: Sams; Auflage: 1 (9. Mai 2006)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0672328968
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672328961
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,5 x 2,3 x 22,9 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1.7 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (3 Kundenrezensionen)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 720.083 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Agile Java Development With Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse is a book about robust technologies and effective methods which help bring simplicity back into the world of enterprise Java development. The three key technologies covered in this book, the Spring Framework, Hibernate and Eclipse, help reduce the complexity of enterprise Java development significantly. Furthermore, these technologies enable plain old Java objects (POJOs) to be deployed in light-weight containers versus heavy-handed remote objects that require heavy EJB containers. This book also extensively covers technologies such as Ant, JUnit, JSP tag libraries and touches upon other areas such as such logging, GUI based debugging, monitoring using JMX, job scheduling, emailing, and more. Also, Extreme Programming (XP), Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD) and refactoring are methods that can expedite the software development projects by reducing the amount of up front requirements and design; hence these methods are embedded throughout the book but with just enough details and examples to not sidetrack the focus of this book.In addition, this book contains well separated, subjective material (opinion sidebars), comic illustrations, tips and tricks, all of which provide real-world and practical perspectives on relevant topics.

Last but not least, this book demonstrates the complete lifecycle by building and following a sample application, chapter-by-chapter, starting from conceptualization to production using the technology and processes covered in this book. In summary, by using the technologies and methods covered in this book, the reader will be able to effectively develop enterprise-class Java applications, in an agile manner!

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Anil Hemrajani has been working with Java technology since late 1995 as a developer, entrepreneur, author, and trainer. He is the founder of Isavix Corporation, a successful IT service company, and DeveloperHub.com (formerly isavix.net), an award-winning online developer community that grew to over 100,000 registered members. He has twenty years of experience in the information technology community working with several Fortune 100 companies and also smaller organizations. He has published numerous articles in well-known trade journals, presented at conferences and seminars around the world, and has received the "Outstanding Contribution to the Growth of the Java Community" award from Sun Microsystems, the "Best Java Client" award at JavaOne for BackOnline, a Java-based online backup client/server product, and was nominated for a Computerworld-Smithsonian award for a free online file storage service website.

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12 von 12 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Andreas Balke am 30. Mai 2007
Format: Taschenbuch
Dieses Buch hatte einen - für meine Verhältnisse - perfekten Titel: Spring in Verbindung mit Eclipse und das für Entwickler. Leider erfüllt das Buch gerade diesen Anspruch überhaupt nicht. Bei einem Drittel geht es dann endlich mal los mit 'Setting up a Development Environment'. Aber selbst dort wird zwar vereinzelt auf verschiedene Werkzeuge eingegangen - eine Kopplung dieser, oder überhaupt einmal konkrete Beispiele sucht man vergebens. ...Screenshots von Eclipse auf drei verschiedenen Plattformen - wow.

Überhaupt ist man bei diesem Buch in puncto Beispielen vollkommen allein gelassen, statt dessen findet man eine Menge wiederholter Illustrationen, welche verschiedene theortische Aspekte eines ebenso theoretischen Projektes durchgehen. Ansatzweise Erklärung der Architektur, das Wort Pattern kommt auch mal vor, usw.

Insgesamt bietet das Buch einem lernwilligen und technikaffinen Menschen nichts von dem, was der Titel suggeriert. Ich würde sogar behaupten, daß auch Personen, die sich nur mal den Überblick verschaffen wollen, nicht viel davon haben, weil das Buch an keiner Stelle in die Tiefe geht oder konkret wird.

Absolut nicht zu empfehlen.
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Holger Szillat am 29. März 2008
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Der Titel klingt ja gut: Spring, Hibernate, Eclipse und alles "Agile". Leider erfüllt das Buch die Erwartungen in den Titel überhaupt nicht. Als Einführung in die Java-Entwicklung mit Hibernate und Spring könnte es ja noch taugen, aber leider ist die Entwicklung der genannten Frameworks schneller gewesen. Schade! So bleibt es bei der guten Absicht... Fazit: Es gibt bessere Bücher zu den Themen.
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Von Enrico am 4. September 2012
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In my opinion the book is too generic and hardly brings any interesting aspect.
A programmer that starts from scratch should start with reading some books more focused on the pure java.
A programmer that has already a minimum knowledge of the argument instead will find boring the majority of the statements of the book.
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Good idea, bad execution 4. August 2006
Von Gonzalo G. Braschi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I bought Agile Java Development with Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse just because I buy a lot of books. The idea behind it looked very nice. Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse form a very good development platform. I already knew this much. I had even used all of them, but I can always learn more.

The book is, according to the author, based on the development of an example project which is also a very good idea.

The problems begin when transforming those ideas into the reality of a book.

For starters, the book is poorly written/edited. The author gets ahead of himself a lot. "We'll see more on this later" - he says, and later can be a good eight to ten pages. Section and subsection titles seem to have random importance and chapters are strangely structured, as if you were listening to a presentation where the speaker hadn't bothered to order things.

"Now, I will explain this", "Now, I'll do that"... "Oh, and by the way, I hadn't said anything about this other thing. I'll mention it now even if it doesn't fit here".

The next *big* problem is the code. The book relies a lot on the code, but instead of inserting the code within context, it just comments a couple of selected lines and you're expected to follow along with the downloaded code on your computer.

This is a big turn off for me. I don't usually read books by the computer.

Then there's that thing about the author. Don't get me wrong. This is the first I've read from Mr. Hemrajani but I'm sure he's a great developer. But a good book, more so a book like this, should be about Agile Development, about Java, about Spring, Hibernate and Eclipse.

Sure, I do like an author who can express and convey his own views and opinions, his experience and know-how. But reading this, there's a feeling that this is all only about how _he_ does this or that. There're too many mentions on "this particular piece I wrote years ago about...", too many self-references and details which ultimately do not seem to be all that relevant.

To sum it up: The idea is very good, and you may still get good bits from the book. But it *needs* a very thorough re-write and editing work.
14 von 14 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Mixed Bag of Info.... 8. Januar 2007
Von Francis Wong - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Like a lot of other reviewers on Amazon - I was disappointed by this book. Granted -- its going to be difficult to cover multiple major topics like Spring, Hibernate, and Eclipse all in a single book...but this one tries.

I enjoyed Anil's stories about his real-world experience with Java technologies. But the level of detail in the book ranges wildly from 50,000 feet to 10 feet. At times, he is flying over concepts so quickly - its hard to realize they are important (ex: JUnit), and at other times, he gives step-by-step mouse clicks through an eclipse wizard as if the reader is a Freshman in High School.

I'm a software developer - and have been using eclipse for 4 years - and I never needed a manual to figure out how to use eclipse. I did however, need to read online docs and books in order to use the Spring Framework, Hibernate, and other topics such as Ant and JUnit effectively.

This book balances concepts differently than I expected. For example, the book spends 53 pages on Eclipse (chapter 8), but only 16 pages to Spring core (chapter 6), 34 pages to Spring MVC (chapter 7), and 32 pages to Hibernate.

He also categorizes Logging (log4j and JDK logging), and eclipse debugging (yes, even more pages about eclipse!) as "Advanced Features"

Personally - I find his distribution of coverage completely inverse to what a reader would expect. There's just too much time spent on no-brainer topics, and not enough time spent on real-world topics (hibernate, spring, junit). Counting pages isn't exactly a scientific way to review a book -- but it gives you a good idea of what the author was choosing to emphasize.
10 von 10 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Jack of three technologies, Master of none 4. Juli 2006
Von George Jempty - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
Agile Java Development would seem to be the natural successor to 2004's "J2EE Development without EJB". That volume's author, Rod Johnson, the creator of Spring, even contributes a one page forward to Anil Hemrajani's 2006 effort. "Agile Java Development" however is at best a "lite" version of it's predecessor. 300 pages just cannot do the topics justice; Mr Johnson' book was 500 pages and the current volume could have benefited from some more meat. There are very few source code examples in the book and while this is arguably better than page after page of code, it however crippled the book's usefulness when read while travelling and away from an internet connection.

Of the three technologies covered, Spring, Hibernate & Eclipse, I have the least experience with Hibernate, and even after finishing this volume, I feel like I know almost nothing about it. With regard to Eclipse, this book's coverage is significantly deficient when compared to just the 60-page first chapter of the second edition of "Eclipse: Building Commercial-Quality Plug-ins." Lest that comparison seem unfair, in a volume as slim as "Agile Java Development", the author more than once commits the cardinal sin of repetition. Sure I learned about a couple of useful keystroke shortcut combinations for Eclipse, but I certainly didn't need to read about them twice in a 300-page volume.

This volume at best provides the barest of overviews of the covered technologies and processes, and is best suited for junior developers and managers.
8 von 8 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Wonderful Intro to Eclipse, Spring, Hibernate, and Agile development 5. Juni 2006
Von B. Buxton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you are unfamiliar with any of the technologies listed, then this is a good book to help you get up to speed. Nowadays, it's hard to stay current on Java and the magnitude of open source frameworks available. Any of the technologies are too big to cover in one book. Anil gives you a short concise introduction on each that allows you to start your journey using these technologies. It's enough so that you know where to dig to find more information. Along the way, he gives lessons about agile development and how these technologies help support that. I've been loaning this book out to fellow team members and it's been great to get everyone up to speed.

The writing style is straightforward and honest. Anil gives his candid opinions along the way on development. I found this refreshing. You might not like everything he says and that's OK. They're more like recommendations and advice. I appreciated that they were included.

If you approach this book as a way to get up to speed on Eclipse, Spring, and Hibernate, then you will not be disappointed. It's much too short to give you all the details, but like is stated in the introduction: it's a roadmap.
7 von 7 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Do not purchase this book if you don't need a 250 page resume! 23. Januar 2008
Von Grease Man - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I can not believe how anybody who has read this book would honestly give it a 5 star. I read the whole book, waiting for that moment that I could say: Oh, that's what the author meant by repeatedly saying: "more to come later" or "we'll see this in later chapter" etc. That moment never arrived. This book looks like a hurried and lousy compilation of 5 day presentations on each subject that this books claims to cover, without proper editing and attention to detail.
I read the book riding the metro in Washington DC and I can honestly say that I would rather see DC tourists block the left side of the escalators in the metro stations on a busy rush hour day than read or refer to this book again
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