The Java EE 6 platform has taken ease-of-development in enterprise
Java programming to new heights. This book is directed
towards the audience who wants to get a quick overview
of the platform and to keep coming back to learn the basics.
This book provides an overview of the key specifications in the
Java EE 6 platform (one specification per chapter). The main
concepts from the different specifications are explained and
accompanied by code samples. No prior knowledge of earlier
versions of the platform is required. However, some basic understanding
of Java is required to understand the code.
This handy guide provides an overview of Java Enterprise Edition 6’s main technologies and includes extensive, easy-to-understand code samples that demonstrate the platform’s many improvements. You’ll quickly understand how Java EE 6 simplifies the process of developing and deploying web and enterprise applications.
Explore what’s new in Java EE 6, including Contexts and Dependency Injection and the Java API for RESTful Web Services
Discover how Java EE 6 features relate to design patterns in web and enterprise applications
Get the specifications for making your application Java EE compliant
Learn about revisions to Enterprise JavaBeans, JavaServer Faces, and other components
Find out how Java EE 6 profiles change the platform’s “one size fits all” approach
Get started with Java EE 6 development and deployment, using NetBeans IDE and GlassFish
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