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Seam Framework: Experience the Evolution of Java EE (Jboss) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 4. Februar 2009

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The #1 Guide to Seam Web Development--Now Fully Updated for Seam 2.x's Major Enhancements Since its introduction, the Seam Framework has simplified Java enterprise Web development for thousands of programmers and significantly influenced the broader Java Enterprise Edition platform. Now, the authors of the leading guide to Seam programming have systematically updated it to reflect the major improvements introduced with Seam 2.x. The authors--all key Seam project contributors--teach Seam 2.x through detailed example applications that reveal how Seam simplifies many tasks that were previously difficult or impractical. Their robust descriptions are complemented by in-depth feature discussions that demonstrate how to use Seam's power to the fullest. Whether you're new to Seam programming or a seasoned Seam developer who wants to achieve deeper mastery of Seam 2.x, this bookwill be an indispensable resource. Coverage includes *How Seam integrates standard and leading-edge Java EE technologies into a consistent, unified, programming model*Deploying Seam with Java EE 5.0, J2EE 1.4

, and "plain" Tomcat servers *Utilizing improvements to Seam's conversation model, transaction management, and other features *Enhancing security, performing end-to-end validation, and providing custom exception pages *Using Quartz to execute timer jobs in your application *Generating bookmarkable RESTful Web pages the easy way *Developing highly scalable applications with Seam 2.x's new multi-layer caching *Simplifying development with Groovy, the scripting language that runs directly on the JVM *Using jBPM business processes to improve page flow *Previewing Web Beans (JSR-299), the future core of Seam that will transform Java EE Web development

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Fully Updated to Cover Major Enhancements to Seam 2.x In "Seam Framework, Second Edition, "the authors of the leading guide to Seam programming have systematically updated their text to reflect the major improvements introduced with Seam 2.x. This author team-all key Seam project contributors-teach Seam 2.x through detailed example applications that reveal how Seam simplifies many tasks that were previously difficult or impractical. Their robust descriptions are complemented by in-depth feature discussions that demonstrate how to use Seam's power to the fullest. Whether you're new to Seam programming or a seasoned Seam developer who wants to achieve deeper mastery of Seam 2.x, this book will be an indispensable resource. Coverage includes

  • Using improvements to Seam's conversation model, transaction management, and other features
  • Enhancing security, performing end-to-end validation, and providing custom exception pages
  • Using Quartz to execute timer jobs in your application
  • Generating bookmarkable RESTful Web pages the easy way
  • Developing highly scalable applications with Seam 2.x's new multilayer caching
  • Simplifying development with Groovy, the scripting language that runs directly on the JVM
  • Using jBPM business processes to improve page flow
  • Previewing Web Beans (JSR-299), the future core of Seam that will transform Java EE Web development
*Download source code for this book's case study application at solutionsfit.com/seam.

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Format: Taschenbuch
With ~450 pages, the book is quite thin considering the amount of space it covers with the entire Seam framework. The result the typical problem with framework books: they tell you whats already in the online docu, and stop when things get interesting.

Still the book is handy if you don't like reading on your laptop or have poor W-Lan in your couch home, but otehrwise the book is hardly worth the paper. Neither does it give a much deeper level of information than the online docu, nor does it help to enlighten you on any hard-to-understand subjects.

Its not an bad book in such as its well written looks clean and is understandable. It just fails to match the amount of detail or the degree of complexity where it provides a real value over the online docu.

One example: seam security brings solutions for identifying users and storing them to the Ldap or database. The books tells you so. The thing is, the way seam works here, its practically useless because the interface does not allow you to extend your user profile and the common workarounds do not allow you to use ldap any more. Does the book cover any of this? No. It just stops right after tellung you how to use the ldap identity store. Which accidentially is where the online docu stops as well. Which is, when you read the source, exactly where the seam source is getting messy. So this is where I would expect an entire chapter in the book, because exactly this chapter would provide value. Unfortunately the book covers exactly what works well in seam. But frankly, where seam works it works so well I dont need a book. Its where seam does not work (and there are enough areas for this) where a good book would come in handy. Exactly those chapters are missing.
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HASH(0x9aba60fc) von 5 Sternen Reads like a tutorial 25. April 2009
Von Christophe Verre - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
"Seam Framework: Experience the Evolution of Java EE, 2nd Edition" reads like a tutorial, and a very good one. It is neither too short, nor too detailed, just enough to make you understand the logic behind Seam. Chapter 1 to Chapter 11 introduces Seam's core capabilities. This framework offers so much to ease web development that it is sometimes difficult to cope with all its features. The authors have kept explanations straight, to prevent the reader from scratching his head all along. These eleven chapters are very well structured, reusing the same little sample and improving it bits by bits.

Chapter 12 to 18 introduce web components and other web related features like bookmarkable web pages or security management. Chapter 19 to 21 tackles with Ajax support in Seam, mainly explaining how to use different kind of libraries supporting Ajax. The rest of the book deals with many different interesting topics like rule-base security, jBPM, testing, performance tuning, Web Beans and much more.

Each chapter is accompanied with a ready-to-use sample, which is downloadable at the authors' web site. I like the fact that the authors did not put to much stress on seam-gen, and use their own small samples to illustrate each chapter. I also like the fact that the authors didn't try to overload the reader with loads of details, redirecting readers to the official documentation when necessary. In the chapters about seam's core, they basically introduce a problem, how seam helps to solve it, how it is done using annotations, and how it can be done using an XML descriptor file. This is a very good book, which can be read very smoothly.
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HASH(0x9ac762f4) von 5 Sternen bridges the gap between seam tutorial and advanced seam forum discussions 3. März 2009
Von Srini Ragu - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
If you are into UI development working with struts, or anything and stayed away from JSF all the time because of the things you heard about it? This would be the right time to step into JSF with nice improvements on the way of its next release. Seam is the framework that gave us these advantages even without having to wait for the next JSF releases. That's because the features of the Seam framework is one of the several influences for the next release of JSF, and Web Beans. Being that said Seam is definitely a future ready framework.

And this book effectively starts with explaining the intention of Seam, and explores its features in detailed examples on the following chapters. Some special topics even include various tips on how to use the features neatly. For an example 2.6.4 Avoid excessive Bi-Jection - gives out a point on how to reduce excessive bi-jection, a feature always misused by a programmer fairly new to Seam.

The book also explains how well Seam also could be used without EJB and how it easily integrates with various other frameworks. Say for AJAX, or integrating with Quartz for scheduled jobs.

This book in its entirety covers all the topics required for building a highly rich Seam application, and even tells about running it under a production environment. It covers more topics for getting the application running effectively in production environment by discussing over points like caching, performance tuning. The book also gives an introduction to the Web Beans, with a sample so you could see how your Seam experience is going to put you forward in learning Web Beans when it becomes main stream.

Having had early access to this book, it definitely helped me to understand the key concepts of the Seam such as conversation that is commonly mis-understood and most debated in the seam forums. My personal favorites of this book are the Chapter 8 on Conversations, and Chapter 11 on Transactions & Persistence.

I would highly recommend this book for any developers who were still staying away from JSF, and also for someone who looking forward see what's new coming on that front. And finally for someone who want to see how far Seam has come forward from its initial release.
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HASH(0x9ad347f8) von 5 Sternen JAT - just another tutorial :-( 24. Februar 2010
Von Jan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Not a bad book, to be fair, but from an advanced developer's point of view, I must say: "just another tutorial". The authors take us on the usual trip from easy to medium advanced examples, covering some ground which is mainly interesting for developers who are just beginning with Seam.

What they are (almost) NOT doing is to take the reader behind the scenes and cover some advanced topics. Many chapters seemed like a blown content of the available online documentation to me, nothing really new, nothing really unique.

"Seam in Action" by Dan Allen is the far better deal. He gives an insight from a Seam core developer's point of view, which is by far more interesting.

If I wouldn't know "Seam in Action", I would recommend this book to beginners in Seam.

I definitely do not recommend the book to anyone in hope of finding answers to advanced topics (architectures, patterns, cross cutting concerns in complex enterprise scenarios).
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HASH(0x9a838738) von 5 Sternen Practical answers to my questions 12. Juli 2009
Von Roel - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I really like this book. It gives me an understandable intorduction to all Seam features. One of the questions I had was why I should still use EJB3's when Seam can manage simple POJO's to do the same. This book had a good list with POJO trade-offs.
Seam's conversation context is clearly explained.
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HASH(0x9aa84798) von 5 Sternen How to take maximum advantage of Seam's impressive powers 16. Juni 2009
Von Midwest Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The second updated edition of SEAM FRAMEWORK: EXPERIENCE THE EVOLUTION OF JAVA EE has been fully updated to cover enhancements to version 2.x and offers a core study guide to all the applications and functions of Seam. Java programming libraries will find this a 'must' acquisition: it covers all the advanced functions with discussions that offer keys to understanding how to take maximum advantage of Seam's impressive powers.
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