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  4. The Java 7 EE Tutorial - free eBook! - No Fluff Just Stuff

As you'll see in this book, most of the Java EE 7 Reference to the platform by introducing a simple programming model based on POJO. Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 7 (Java EE 7) offers new features that enhance HTML5 support, increase developer productivity, and further improves how. Introducing Java EE 7: A Look at What's New guides you through the new Pages PDF · JavaServer Faces and Facelets. Josh Juneau. Pages PDF.

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IntroduCtIon xlvi. 6. Click Finish. 7. Go to your file system and copy the . The GlassFish application server is the industry standard for Java EE 7, and there are . Introduction. 4 . Software Requirement This hands- on lab builds a typical 3-tier Java EE 7 Web application that allows customers to. Final Release- 7/31/17 Linda DeMichiel, Bill Shannon Specification: JSR Java Platform, Enterprise Edition 8 Specification .. EE Introduction.

The book's subtitle is "Develop Java enterprise applications to meet the emerging digital standards using Java EE 7. The Preface contains short summaries sentences each of each of the book's chapters and appendices. There is also a brief introduction with code listing to JavaServer Faces. After providing another JSF code example, Chapter 2 returns to more in-depth coverage of expression language. Several JSF tags and tag libraries are introduced as they are applied in the example being built up in Chapter 3. The third chapter concludes with a discussion that addresses this.

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Pages JavaServer Faces and Facelets. Expression Language EL. Validating Data. Contexts and Dependency Injection. All in a table format in a very structured way with page number, problem encountered and possible correction. I was amazed by this guy. Most of his comments were accurate.

He had spent hours and hours reading every single page of my book, every code example, compiling it, analyzing it and giving me his opinion. And here I am now, in writing a Java EE 7 book, the one you have in front of you legally I hope ;o.

As usual I was late, I was begging APress to give me a few extra weeks, I was sleeping 4 hours per night, writing during days, nights and weekends… and still running late. I only had two more chapters to go… and thought of multi-threading. Four years after our email exchanges, I remembered Youness. Thanks for helping me out Youness, thanks for taking the time to write most of the chapter.

When you read Chapter 12, realize that most of it is from Youness, a smart guy with an infinite energy. Having used Linx, Mosaic and Gopher at university a long long time ago, I can say that I have been using the Internet for a long time. The Internet is still a chaotic civilization, with no rules, where the best and the worse live next to each other at a URL click.

You can get a copy of a book illegally, watch free hard porn videos or read the best free encyclopedia, thanks to crowd sourcing. I am not the one to judge what is good or bad anyway. I just want to thank the Internet for this magic communication channel it has become.

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So no matter how bad I think the Internet could go, I will always remember this virtual meeting I had with Youness four years ago. Who is Youness? In which Google Circle should I add him?

When my editor read this text, he just deleted it without informing me. Weeks later, when I was reviewing the final chapters, I noticed that a couple of pages were missing. Although a nice printed book would be best reading experience, I think only an electronic copy can get through.

HI Antonio, thank you for this great story about sharing and making people exchanging together. The only issue is injustice, unfairness, inequity. Thank you for denouncing injustice. And that is the lowest degree of faith. This was a great article. I know the tech community in Iran is expanding, especially the open source community.

There have already been a PyCon and a few DrupalCamps. I know the tech community in Iran is expanding fast. You are commenting using your WordPress.

You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Share this: Like this: Like Loading Books , General Tagged as: Thank you for writing this Antonio.

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Youness sounds like a cool guy, an honorable man…. Very nice history; I specially liked chen he asked you forgiveness …. Great write-up Antonio. This kind of anecdote worth being shared with the world we live in. Keep up the good work!

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