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Play for Java: Covers Play 2 [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Nicolas LeRoux , Sietse De Kaper , James Ward

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3. April 2014
DESCRIPTION Java developers have many remarkably-similar choices for building web applications. Play is a breath of fresh air, blending the power of Scala's strong type system and functional programming model with a rock-solid Java API that makes it easy to hit the ground running. Play for Java shows how to build Java-based web applications using the Play 2 framework. It starts by introducing Play through a comprehensive overview example. Then, it looks at each facet of a typical Play application, both by exploring simple code snippets and by adding to a larger running example. It also contrasts Play and JEE patterns and shows how a stateless web application can fit seamlessly in an enterprise environment and demonstrates how a little Scala can go a long way in creating tight, efficient Java applications. RETAIL SELLING POINTS Shows how to build real-world web applications Complete tutorial as well as a great reference Shows that web development doesn't need to be complex AUDIENCE Written for developers familiar with Java, no Play or Scala experience is needed. ABOUT THE TECHNOLOGY Play 2.0 is open-source software that makes it possible for programmers to use the Java programming language to write software applications and web sites that run in a web browser.

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AUTHOR BIO Nicolas Leroux is Technical Director at Lunatech Research in The Netherlands and is a core developer of the Play framework. Nicolas is also a frequent speaker at conferences where he introduces Play to the audience. Sietse de Kaper, a software developer at Lunatech, has been developing and deploying Java-based Play applications since version 1.0. Having had the opportunity to use Play for several projects, he considers it the most effective framework in the Java ecosystem.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent book for learning Play 2 and some key basics of web app development 10. April 2014
Von Si Dunn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Play for Java is written well and adequately illustrated, and, to me, its structure seems very good for helping newcomers get started with Play 2, plus the basics of web application development. The book also could help more experienced web app developers get up to speed with this powerful development platform.

Yes, you do start out by installing the software and creating and modifying the ubiquitous “Hello World!” application. The remaining chapters, however, take you deeper into Play 2’s features and functions and how they are used. Along the way, you are shown how to use Play 2 to create, expand and enhance a web-based warehouse management application that must meet specific needs. This can be good basic training for those preparing to do web app work in the real world.

The book shows how to use three different IDEs with Play 2: Eclipse, IntelliJ, and my favorite, NetBeans. You also can stick with the Play 2 console and a text editor, if you desire. And don’t be put off by the fact that Play 2, a Java web framework, actually is not written in Java; it’s written in Scala. Some bits of Scala show up in Play 2’s web templates. And the web app framework uses the Scala Build Tool (SBT). But you do not have to know or learn Scala. (However, you might enjoy studying it. There's also a Play for Scala framework and a Play for Scala book from Manning.)

This book meets my needs on two fronts: I’ve been wanting to learn more about Java web application development. And I have been wanting to learn more tools that can help make the web app development process a bit less intimidating. I am glad to have Play 2 and Play for Java in my toolbox.
4.0 von 5 Sternen Play for Java: a good introduction to the Play framework 20. April 2014
Von Stephen J Rice - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is about version 2 of the increasingly popular Play web-application framework. Although Play is written in the Scala language, it fully supports application development in both Scala and Java.
Play is a self-contained "full-stack" framework and has much in common with popular frameworks such as Ruby on Rails and Django. Most Java web application frameworks are layered on top of the venerable Thread-based Servlet architecture, however Play is different in this respect and uses an event-based architecture. The authors describe aspects of this architecture, particularly in the section on asynchronous processing, however I felt that a more in-depth discussion of Play's internals was really needed and how it compares with Servlet-based systems in various deployment scenarios.
The text of the book is generally well organised and readable, although a bit waffly in places. The basic concepts of the framework are described in the initial chapters, with later chapters featuring more in-depth discussion and some advanced topics. The content and code examples are generally good, although the omission of any significant discussion of Ajax seemed strange.
I enjoyed reading this book. There is enough here to get you up to speed quickly to start building Play applications.
Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this book by the publisher.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Perfect book to learn Play for Java 16. April 2014
Von Sebastien Col - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Being an experienced enterprise Java developer, I read this book as a total Play beginner. The task of discovering the framework has been greatly facilitated by the book itself.
The content organization provides an easy and a natural learning path.

The first part, "Introduction and first steps", makes you comfortable with the basics and have a running sample application in minutes (unless you use a 56k internet connection to download the framework). Play being a Web Framework, this section refreshes your mind with some HTTP important information, which is a very good thing. The application used as an example is a real-world one, which makes this book very pragmatic.

Part 2 goes deeper into the framework. Being used to MVC, it's been very easy to understand all principles, but every concepts is clearly explained, always through the perspective of enterprise development. As a Java professional, you'll be able to find out how Play can fit into your everyday work.
The book addresses all typical Web Applications concerns, in simple terms, as if you were solving these problems step by step.
The Scala templating may seem frightening for those who don't know Scala, but you'll get the necessary knowledge out of this book so Scala won't be a problem. It hasn't been a problem for me, even though I don't know Scala.

Finally, Part 3 covers more advanced topics like security, testing and deployment. Again, these subjects are for real in every development project so you'll have a knowledge that covers all main Web applications problematics.

The purchase of this book is a no-brainer if you want to be able to use Play in your enterprise Java development projects. It's been a very useful resource to me.
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