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Eclipse Web Tools Platform: Developing Java Web Applications [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Naci Dai , Lawrence Mandel , Arthur Ryman

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31. Mai 2007
Discover WTP, the New End-to-End Toolset for Java-Based Web Development The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) seamlessly integrates all the tools today's Java Web developer needs. WTP is both an unprecedented Open Source resource for working developers and a powerful foundation for state-of-the-art commercial products. Eclipse Web Tools Platform offers in-depth descriptions of every tool included in WTP, introducing powerful capabilities never before available in Eclipse. The authors cover the entire Web development process-from defining Web application architectures and development processes through testing and beyond. And if you're seeking to extend WTP, this book provides an introduction to the platform's rich APIs. The book also * Presents step-by-step coverage of developing persistence, business logic, and presentation tiers with WTP and Java * Introduces best practices for multiple styles of Web and Java EE development * Demonstrates JDBC database access and configuration * Shows how to configure application servers for use with WTP * Walks through creating Web service application interfaces * Covers automated testing with JUnit and Cactus, and automated builds utilizing Ant, Maven, and CruiseControl * Introduces testing and profiling Web applications with the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) project * Describes how to extend WTP with new servers, file types, and WSDL extensionsForeword Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Part I: Getting Started Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: About the Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project Chapter 3: Quick Tour Chapter 4: Setting Up Your Workspace Part II: Java Web Application Development Chapter 5: Web Application Architecture and Design Chapter 6: Organizing Your Development Project Chapter 7: The Presentation Tier Chapter 8: The Business Logic Tier Chapter 9: The Persistence Tier Chapter 10: Web Services Chapter 11: Testing Part III: Extending WTP Chapter 12: Adding New Servers Chapter 13: Supporting New File Types Chapter 14: Creating WSDL Extensions Chapter 15: Customizing Resource Resolution Part IV: Products and Plans Chapter 16: Other Web Tools Based on Eclipse Chapter 17: The Road Ahead Glossary References Index This book is an invaluable resource for every Eclipse and enterprise Java Web developer: both those who use Eclipse to build other Web applications, and those who build Eclipse technologies into their own products. Complete source code examples are available at www.eclipsewtp.org.

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Discover WTP, the New End-to-End Toolset for Java-Based Web Development The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) seamlessly integrates all the tools today's Java Web developer needs. WTP is both an unprecedented Open Source resource for working developers and a powerful foundation for state-of-the-art commercial products. Eclipse Web Tools Platform offers in-depth descriptions of every tool included in WTP, introducing powerful capabilities never before available in Eclipse. The authors cover the entire Web development process--from defining Web application architectures and development processes through testing and beyond. And if you're seeking to extend WTP, this book provides an introduction to the platform's rich APIs.The book also *Presents step-by-step coverage of developing persistence, business logic, and presentation tiers with WTP and Java *Introduces best practices for multiple styles of Web and Java EE development *Demonstrates JDBC database access and configuration *Shows how to configure application servers for use with WTP *Walks through creating Web service application interfaces *Covers automated testing with JUnit and Cactus, and automated builds utilizing Ant, Maven, and CruiseControl *Introduces testing and profiling Web applications with the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) project *Describes how to extend WTP with new servers, file types, and WSDL extensionsForeword Preface Acknowledgments About the Authors Part I: Getting Started Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: About the Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project Chapter 3: Quick Tour Chapter 4: Setting Up Your Workspace Part II: Java Web Application Development Chapter 5: Web Application Architecture and Design Chapter 6: Organizing Your Development Project Chapter 7: The Presentation Tier Chapter 8: The Business Logic Tier Chapter 9: The Persistence Tier Chapter 10: Web Services Chapter 11: Testing Part III: Extending WTP Chapter 12: Adding New Servers Chapter 13: Supporting New File Types Chapter 14: Creating WSDL Extensions Chapter 15: Customizing Resource Resolution Part IV: Products and Plans Chapter 16: Other Web Tools Based on Eclipse Chapter 17: The Road Ahead Glossary References Index This book is an invaluable resource for every Eclipse and enterprise Java Web developer: both those who use Eclipse to build other Web applications, and those who build Eclipse technologies into their own products.

Complete source code examples are available at www.eclipsewtp.org.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Naci Dai, chief scientist and founder of eteration, a.s., is a member of the WTP project management committee, leads its JST subproject, and leads the Open Source Lomboz project, which was a part of the initial code contributed to WTP to seed the project. Lawrence Mandel, a software architect and developer at at the IBM Toronto Laboratory, is a WTP committer and served as the project's ecosystem and documentation lead up until the 1.5.2 release. Arthur Ryman, software architect and development manager at the IBM Toronto Laboratory, has a decade's experience building Java Web development tools. He led the creation of the WTP project, and led the WST subproject up until the release of WTP 1.5.

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3.0 von 5 Sternen Trying to Be Too Much? 1. Dezember 2008
Von Dale R. Seng - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The reason I bought this book was so I could quickly get through some hands-on examples and see the power of WTP. Also, I thought it would be really helpful to see various web development tools through the lens of Eclipse development. After going through it, though, I'm afraid I can't recommend the book for those purposes.

But first, let me applaud the web development "wisdom" portions of the book. There are some really good "why are we doing this?" and "why are we doing it this way?" explanations in this book. Nothing to do with WTP, really, but these portions of the book were very well done.

The majority and purpose of the book are the hands-on exercises. Here's where I had some issues. Throughout the exercises, the reader is always being asked to go out and download some tool or another. I spent way too much time at update sites, trying to get the right versions of things. I would rather all of this be established up-front. Just say "if you want to do all of the exercises, download these specific versions of these 8 tools". Later, there can be some explanation as to why those tools over others, but lets get a platform that's going to do everything, and not sprinkle installation issues throughout. In fact, I think that in an Eclipse book, they instructions should say, "start with a clean install of (some version of Eclipse) and build it with (these versions of these plugins), and you will be able to do every exercise."

I know it's not the job of the authors of this book to detail a tool's installation, but a line like "check the (some tool) documentation for the exact list" is a cop out. Presumably, the authors just got done using the list, so a few words as to how to find the list within the documentation would be really helpful. With a little guidance, digging time could be reduced from an hour to two minutes.

The exercises had separate iterations, which I found helpful. I did run into discontinuities that required some improvisation, though. I'm pretty sure that nobody sat down with an empty machine, installed all of the tools and ran all of the exercises, start to finish. Or if they did, the book didn't get updated.

The book was written using WTP 1.5, EJB 2.1, etc. These are older versions than what's currently available, but it's not a problem to run through the exercises with the older versions. The problem comes at the end of the exercise when they give you a "tease" about how cool the next version is. I resisted temptation for almost the whole book but finally I grabbed some updated versions to try out the cool new stuff! Bad idea. I backed-up to earlier exercises, and although I was able to replicate most of them under the newer versions of things, there's not enough detail to get through quickly (lots of trial and error). And when I was finished, I wasn't convinced it was an optimal result. But I just couldn't sit still with the old versions when the authors were plugging the new versions.

A picky issue I have concerns references to other books. I don't think they belong in the main text, really. They wouldn't even need footnotes. Just a recommended reading by chapter would be sufficient. If you are more of an academic than someone who needs to apply this stuff quickly, maybe reading these other books might be a possibility, but I'll tell you I'm not going to make time to read a 9 year old EJB book!

I'm not sure that pitching to a WTP user and a WTP volunteer developer in the same book was really in the flow of the book. This is a picky one too, and there weren't that many pages dedicated to this topic. I suppose there's a need to recruit, it's just that I'm not sure the audience overlaps very much.

The bottom line for me is that a book should simplify the task of setting up the environment so that I can concentrate on the "why" and "how" of coding. Although I wouldn't have enjoyed the "wisdom" and other continuity the book offered, I don't think I saved any time on the development environment. I spent as much time tinkering with the development environment as I would have if I had just grabbed 6 or 8 tutorials from 6 or 8 different authors off of the internet.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent: How books on programming should be written 31. März 2008
Von Arif &Ed : Books,Music And Java - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Eclipse Web Tools Platform: Developing Java(TM) Web Applications

This is an excellent book; I specially liked the iterative approach (for example, for presentation tier, iteration 1: HTML, iteration 2: add CSS, iteration 3: add Javascripts, iteration 4: XML and XSLT, iteration 5: DTD)authors have taken. I have used examples from this book, with Eclipse and NetBeans, of course for Eclipse user this book has added value, since it goes through configuration of Eclipse and recommended practices. Please ignore the gripe about errors in the code; there are two minor errors which are detailed in the errata on book's companion site, it doesn't take more than a minute to fix those two issues.

Authors discuss All three tiers in great detail. How about this, by page 85 you would be deploying a simple web service (and you would be amazed how simple it is).
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Review from Web Tools Platform Past Committer 8. April 2008
Von Vijay Bhadriraju - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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To give a brief background about myself. I have been one of the primary contributor and committer of the Web Tools Platform (WTP) eclipse tools project since its inception through WTP 1.5 release. I contributed the Validation Framework component for this project. I read a large portion of this book and can say that this most comprehensive book that explains the complete WTP in a step by step fashion that can be help you easily understand the whole WTP project, its sub projects, its components and features through several real world examples. I strongly recommend this book to all users and contributors of WTP.

Vijay Bhadriraju, IBM
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book for getting up and running with WTP 18. November 2007
Von Russell Levy - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Though I have had some experience in Java, Eclipse, and WTP, a recent project required me to get more into depth. This book got me through the whole development process. It explained to me clean coding techniques when writing web apps in Java, how to get my web server up and running for use with WTP, to get my apps to talk to the server, debugging using different tools, and unit testing in a web environment.

This book was an invaluable addition to my collection, and is also a great reference now that I have mastered these concepts.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Opinion about the ordered book 10. November 2012
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I am very satisfied with the book I ordered.
The quality is perfect,no missing pages and the readibility is nice.
The package was also nice,thanks all the efforts in the delivery.
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