Eclipse Web Tools Platform: Developing Java Web Applications (Google eBook)

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Pearson Education, May 21, 2007 - Computers - 752 pages
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Discover WTP, the New End-to-End Toolset for Java-Based Web Development

The Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) seamlessly integrates all the tools today’s Java Web developer needs. WTP is both an unprecedented Open Source resource for working developers and a powerful foundation for state-of-the-art commercial products.

Eclipse Web Tools Platform offers in-depth descriptions of every tool included in WTP, introducing powerful capabilities never before available in Eclipse. The authors cover the entire Web development process–from defining Web application architectures and development processes through testing and beyond. And if you’re seeking to extend WTP, this book provides an introduction to the platform’s rich APIs. The book also

  • Presents step-by-step coverage of developing persistence, business logic, and presentation tiers with WTP and Java
  • Introduces best practices for multiple styles of Web and Java EE development
  • Demonstrates JDBC database access and configuration
  • Shows how to configure application servers for use with WTP
  • Walks through creating Web service application interfaces
  • Covers automated testing with JUnit and Cactus, and automated builds utilizing Ant, Maven, and CruiseControl
  • Introduces testing and profiling Web applications with the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools Platform (TPTP) project
  • Describes how to extend WTP with new servers, file types, and WSDL extensions
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
Part I: Getting Started
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: About the Eclipse Web Tools Platform Project
Chapter 3: Quick Tour
Chapter 4: Setting Up Your Workspace
Part II: Java Web Application Development
Chapter 5: Web Application Architecture and Design
Chapter 6: Organizing Your Development Project
Chapter 7: The Presentation Tier
Chapter 8: The Business Logic Tier
Chapter 9: The Persistence Tier
Chapter 10: Web Services
Chapter 11: Testing
Part III: Extending WTP
Chapter 12: Adding New Servers
Chapter 13: Supporting New File Types
Chapter 14: Creating WSDL Extensions
Chapter 15: Customizing Resource Resolution
Part IV: Products and Plans
Chapter 16: Other Web Tools Based on Eclipse
Chapter 17: The Road Ahead
Glossary 
References
Index


This book is an invaluable resource for every Eclipse and enterprise Java Web developer: both those who use Eclipse to build other Web applications, and those who build Eclipse technologies into their own products.

Complete source code examples are available at www.eclipsewtp.org.

  

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Contents

Chapter 10Web Services
9-50
Chapter 11Testing
11
Part IIIExtending WTP
11
Chapter 12Adding New Servers
12
Chapter 13Supporting New File Types
13
Chapter 14Creating WSDL Extensions
14
Chapter 15Customizing Resource Resolution
15
Part IVProducts and Plans
15

Chapter 4Setting Up Your Workspace
3-54
Part IIJava Web Application Development
3-80
Chapter 5Web Application Architecture and Design
3-81
Chapter 6Organizing Your Development Project
3-108
Chapter 7The Presentation Tier
6-70
Chapter 8The Business Logic Tier
80
Chapter 9The Persistence Tier
8-64
Chapter 16Other Web Tools Based on Eclipse
16
Chapter 17The Road Ahead
17
Glossary
26
References
31
Index
165
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About the author (2007)

Naci Dai, chief scientist and founder of eteration, a.s., is a member of the WTP project management committee, leads its JST subproject, and leads the Open Source Lomboz project, which was a part of the initial code contributed to WTP to seed the project.

Lawrence Mandel, a software architect and developer at at the IBM Toronto Laboratory, is a WTP committer and served as the project’s ecosystem and documentation lead up until the 1.5.2 release.

Arthur Ryman, software architect and development manager at the IBM Toronto Laboratory, has a decade’s experience building Java Web development tools. He led the creation of the WTP project, and led the WST subproject up until the release of WTP 1.5.

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