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Cocoon: Building XML Applications (Englisch) CD-ROM – Juli 2002

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According to the official Cocoon web site, "Apache Cocoon is an XML publishing framework that raises the usage of XML and XSLT technologies for server applications to a new level. Cocoon allows you to define XML documents and transformations to be applied on it, to eventually generate a presentation format of your choice (HTML, PDF, SVG, etc.). Cocoon also gives you the possibility to apply logic to your XML files (so that the XML pipeline can be dynamic)." Cocoon: Building XML Applications is a hands-on implementation guide that teaches developers first hand how to implement the Cocoon framework in the web XML publishing system. The CD will contain installable versions of the Cocoon 2 application for Windows and Linux platforms, real-world example described in the book, and the source code for Cocoon 2 will also be included.

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About the AuthorsAbout the Authors Matthew Langham was born in England but has lived in Germany since 1976. He has worked in the IT business since the mid-1980s. He wrote his first book on the Internet in 1993 and has since published several articles on the Net and related themes. He currently leads the open-source group at S&N AG, a software company in Paderborn, Germany. Carsten Ziegeler is the chief architect of the open-source competence center at S&N AG, Paderborn, Germany. His main focus is on web application design and object-oriented component development. He has participated in several open-source projects and is actively involved in various Apache communities. In 2001, he took over the role of release manager for the Apache Cocoon project. He has been a committer on the project since 2000 and played a major role in designing the current architecture. About the Technical Reviewers These reviewers contributed their considerable hands-on expertise to the entire development process for Cocoon: Building XML Applications. As this book was being written, these dedicated professionals reviewed all the material for technical content, organization, and flow. Their feedback was critical to ensuring that this book fits our readers' needs for the highest-quality technical information. Marcus Crafter is from Australia and currently works as a software engineer for a Melbourne-based company, ManageSoft Corporation. He has worked extensively with Internet technologies since 1996. He lives in Frankfurt, Germany, where he has been actively involved in various open-source/free software projects, including Apache Cocoon, for the past three years. Torsten Curdt is the CTO of dff internet & medien GmbH, Gottingen, Germany. He started out as a programmer in the 1980s and has been active in the IT business since the early 1990s. As dff's main software architect, he has been around since Cocoon version 1.7. He became a committer to the Cocoon project in 2001 and is involved in several other open-source software projects. A A(c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.

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Von Ein Kunde am 20. September 2002
Format: CD-ROM
This book deals with Cocoon, an Apache open source software, a so called web publishing software.
The book is for cocoon users and cocoon developers and for everybody interested in building xml applications.
The first half of the book focusses on users: It explains the concepts of XML, XSLT AND XSLFO. You will install Cocoon under Tomcat. The basic concepts behind Cocoon are explained. You will build a first version of a news portal. It's not necessary to have any programming knowledge for this. Just tell Cocoon what to do and Cocoon will - somehow magically - do it for you. In the sixt chapter - the last one of the user's part - you will look at the cocoon architecture from a user's point of view.
After this chapter you 'll want to know why it is so easy to create web applications with Cocoon - time to start with the developer's part: This part explains the very details and you should have some basic java knowledge to understand it. It starts with the explanation of the Avalon Component model which is the basic server framework used for Cocoon. After explaining the SAX event handling the cocoon internals are explained that you need for writing your own readers, generators, caches and protocols. New features like database storage or authentication are added to the news portal example. The book closes with an outlook of the future of Cocoon - with new features like form handling or authentication.
Many thanks to the authors Matthew Langham and Carsten Ziegler and to the technical reviewers Marcus Crafter and Torsten Curdt for this great book!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Coccon: the XSP alternative 23. Oktober 2002
Von C. M. Lowry - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Cocoon is an open source product that is part of the Apache XML project. It enables the construction of web sites using Java Servlet technology, XML, and XSL. The Cocoon 2 platform is a major architectural change from the original platform. This book covers the new platform very thoroughly. The contents start with an overview of Internet Applications from a historical perspective and moves towards the prospect of empowering applications with XML. There is of course the obligatory chapter on installation of the required products. The fourth chapter is a focal point in the early part of the book, in that it covers Cocoon in such a way that a technical reader can gain enough insight to determine if he wishes to pursue it further. Cocoon is significantly different from JSP and Model 2 architecture.
The book follows the path of exploring Cocoon with progressively increasing depth. A web portal application is developed in the book, using Cocoon. It starts very simply, but impressively by providing RSS news feeds from content providers on the Internet. As more of Cocoon is revealed, functionality is added to the application, like SQL inquiries and finally XSP.
The authors cover the Avalon Component Model that Cocoon is based on, the internals of Cocoon, and how to develop your own components for Cocoon using Java. While a lot can be done with Cocoon without writing Java, knowledge of XML and XSLT is a must.
There are not a lot books or articles on Cocoon. This book makes a great step in filling that void and would be a valued resource for anyone interested in what Cocoon can deliver.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Well done! 23. August 2002
Von Erik Hatcher - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: CD-ROM
I'm a Cocoon newbie (at the time of this writing, but not for long!) and this book explains very clearly how to build powerful applications easily. Cocoon is a very slick framework that has no competition that I know of - and it should be in the toolset of all J2EE application developers.
I am refactoring a project to use Cocoon, and this book gave me the time-saving edge I needed to jump head-first into a new framework that normally would have taken weeks to delve into on my own.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Not the best book on Cocoon. 14. Februar 2003
Von Shane McEneaney - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: CD-ROM
I was happy with this book after reading the first few chapters however after I got stuck into Cocoon I discovered that it was not suitable as a reference. I couldn't find information on XML fragments or i18n. The index isn't good at all. The information may be in there but you will have to read the book from cover to cover to get value from it. I would recommend going for the Cocoon Developers Handbook.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen I will feel better if it cuts to half pages 29. Januar 2003
Von Ji Rong Hu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: CD-ROM
~There is introduction on Internet and XML up to page 48. Who needs an introduction of Internet and XML if he is trying to work on Cocoon? Does that introduction helpful if one has no knowledge of Internet or XML anyway?
There are appendix from page 343 to the end, page 480, that's 137 pages, plus 48 pages, totally 185 pages is basicly nothing. So you got less than 300 pages left maybe useful.
I buy this book since there are only 3 books about Cocoon in the market. Now I am a bit regret.A~~ good developer does not mean a good author.~
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2.0 von 5 Sternen CForm Rules 7. Juli 2004
Von Steve Torrefranca - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: CD-ROM
Please please please... if any author wants to write another cocoon book make it as updated as you can. I got two cocoon books (I guess everyone knows what they are since there aint a lot of them around!). In a weeks time I was up and running. But then it was announced XMLForm and JXForms have been removed from the 2.1.x distribution flushing all efforts down the drain. Dont get me wrong. Good books... Only outdated.
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