Beginning JBoss Seam: From Novice to Professional

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Apress, Apr 30, 2007 - Computers - 376 pages
Reacting to the popularity of Java 2.0 Enterprise Edition(TM) alternatives such as Ruby on Rails and the enterprise Spring Framework, Red Hat JBoss(R), Inc. developed JBoss(R) Seam, a new open-source lightweight Java(TM) EE 5-based contextual application development framework. Beginning JBoss(R) Seam: From Novice to Professional gets you started as the first book on this popular framework.
 

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So far I've read the first two chapters...and I think that the author has put together some clear examples of how Seam can be used to build multi-tier web applications.
Based on what seen so far, I think it might be a good idea to go ahead and buy the book.
Darel

Contents

Web Applications
23
Figure 25 A database diagram of our Garage Sale application
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Our final example application is a ticketing system This is
44
JSF Fundamentals
47
EJB3 Fundamentals
85
Introduction to Seam
121
Figure 57 Screen shot of Seam in debug mode
145
Seam Contexts
159
Figure 77 A graphical representation of the XML listing
217
Advanced Topics
223
Advanced Configurations
269
Seam Tools
287
Figure 106 The last page which configures options for the
298
JBoss AS
307
JBoss IDE
315
Final Thoughts
317

Business Process in Seam
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About the author (2007)

Joseph Faisal Nusairat, author of "Beginning JBoss Seam" and co-author "Beginning Groovy & Grails", is a software developer who has been developing web based applications in the Columbus and Phoenix area since 1997, primarily focused on Java / Groovy development. His career has taken him into a variety of Fortune 500 industries including military applications, data centers, banking, internet security, pharmaceuticals, and insurance. Joseph is a graduate of Ohio University with dual degrees in Computer Science and Microbiology with a minor in Chemistry. Currently, Joseph works as the Groovy Sage at Integrallis Software (www.integrallis.com). In his off-hours he enjoys watching bodybuilding and Broadway musicals, but not at the same time.

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