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Danny Coward is a Chief Architect and Web Architect at Oracle. He is the Specification Lead for the Java API for WebSocket for Java EE and Java SE/JavaFX. Coward's work leading WebSockets at Oracle makes him the leading expert on Java WebSocket programming. Coward has specialized experience in all aspects of Java software-from Java ME to Java EE to the founding of the JavaFX technology.

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Good Intro to the Technology 27. Oktober 2013
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WebSocket is an exciting new technology and it is going to open the door for apps with highly extended functionality compared to what one can program today.

The book is solid and is more than just a good introduction. The writing is good, the editing is good, and the author successfully explains the core concepts and goes into an impressive level of detail given the relatively short length of the book. There are a lot of applications in the field using RichClients for the front end that would benefit from WebSocket so it was great to see some examples of Java-based clients in addition to JavaScript clients.

I give it five stars for all of the above, but I have to take away 1 star for the following reasons not related to content:

It should have been written with some instructions on how to use this with the reference implementation of Java EE 7.
The author assumes a lot of previous experience in building a web-app. Not a big problem especially if you are using IntelliJ or Netbeans, but a teeny-tiny Maven pom would have helped a beginner out immensely. The sample code solves that problem, if you can find it. The provided reference in the Introduction to the source downloads ([...] does not work, but the source can be found here: [...]

The Kindle book is vexing in that the code snippets are inserted as an image, and one cannot copy out of them, not that the rest of the text can be copied either. Perhaps this is a Kindle restriction but it needs to be lifted for code snippets.

Finally, the font of the printed book is truly atrocious. You cannot use a sans-serif font for flow text as it is very hard to read.
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great book on websockets using Java 2. Oktober 2013
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I was looking for a good book on using Java to get started with web sockets framework. It was a good surprise to find this book written by the JSR 356 spec lead, Danny Coward. The book has lots of examples, useful discussion and motivation around using the framework. It has material on configuration, messaging, mapping and security that will be useful in sharing with students interested in using web sockets.
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First Book on JSR 356 Writen by the Spec Lead 12. September 2013
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JSR 356, Java Websocket API, is one of the new JSRs in the recently released JavaEE 7. This is the first book that covers this new API and is written by the specification lead. The book will lay the foundation for Java EE programmers to adopt Java WebSocket technology into their applications. I liken the book to peeling an onion in reverse as it starts with the core concepts and then adding layers of complexity. If you would like to hear more about this book from the author listen the Java Spotlight Podcast Episode 144 [...]
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What I was searching for 8. Oktober 2013
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I have been looking for a book on websockets with java for most of a year now and this was just what I had been looking for. The book has really helped me in my understanding of the protocol.
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Java WebSocket Programming 9. Oktober 2013
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This book is a well rounded introduction to WebSockets in Java. The author has done a great job. It is very well organized (note - see "onion" reference from the first reviewer), with fine examples throughout. Highly recommended.

Final note - Chapter One makes mention that the sample code is available at ... but could not find the aforementioned sample code at this or any other site. If anyone knows where or when the code will be posted, please comment. Thank you.
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