Grails In Action

Autor: Peter Ledbrook
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781617290961
File Size: 23,64 MB
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Provides information on using the Groovy language with Grails to create web applications, integrate with enterprise messaging, manage plugins, and work with NoSQL back ends.

Practical Jsf In Java Ee 8

Autor: Michael Müller
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1484230302
File Size: 34,33 MB
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Master the Java EE 8 and JSF (JavaServer Faces) APIs and web framework with this practical, projects-driven guide to web development. This book combines theoretical background with a practical approach by building four real-world applications. By developing these JSF web applications, you'll take a tour through the other Java EE technologies such as JPA, CDI, Security, WebSockets, and more. In Practical JSF in Java EE 8, you will learn to use the JavaServer Faces web framework in Java EE 8 to easily construct a web-based user interface from a set of reusable components. Next, you add JSF event handling and then link to a database, persist data, and add security and the other bells and whistles that the Java EE 8 platform has to offer. After reading this book you will have a good foundation in Java-based web development and will have increased your proficiency in sophisticated Java EE 8 web development using the JSF framework. What You Will Learn Use the Java EE 8 and the JavaServer Faces APIs to build Java-based web applications through four practical real-world case studies Process user input with JSF and the expression language by building a calculator application Persist data using JSF templating and Java Persistence to manage an inventory of books Create and manage an alumni database using JSF, Ajax, web services and Java EE 8's security features. Who This Book Is For Those new to Java EE 8 and JSF. Some prior experience with Java is recommended.

Learning Firefox Os Application Development

Autor: Tanay Pant
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1783989416
File Size: 55,90 MB
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Learn to design, build, and deploy your Firefox OS applications, built with web technologies, to the Firefox Marketplace About This Book Create beautiful and interactive Firefox OS applications by applying your knowledge of web development Cater your applications to a huge number of users by porting them to the Firefox OS A step-by-step learning workflow with real-life applications to demonstrate the concepts Who This Book Is For This is a practical guide that uses hands-on examples to teach you how to create applications for Firefox OS and also how to port applications to Firefox Marketplace. This book is intended for developers who want to build applications for Firefox OS. An understanding of HTML5, JavaScript, and CSS is required. What You Will Learn Install, use, and access the Firefox OS simulator with the help of WebIDE Get to know about application manifest files and the essential difference between web applications and Firefox OS applications Create an application that measures the tapping speed of the user Create an application that allows a user to check in at a place with geolocation tagging Access device-specific features with WebAPIs and implement these by building a photo editing and sharing application Submit your own applications to the Firefox Marketplace and share them with others Professionally maintain the code of your application with the help of Github and deploy your hosted applications to OpenShift In Detail With broad compatibility, the latest in web technologies, and powerful development tools, Firefox is a great choice for both web developers and end users. Firefox OS's promotion of HTML5 as a first class citizen opens up the walled gardens of mobile application development for web developers. It is because of this initiative that no special SDKs are required to develop for Firefox OS. This book will help you excel in the art of developing applications for Firefox OS. It sequentially covers knowledge building, skills acquisition, and practical applications. Starting with an introduction to Firefox OS, usage of WebIDE, and then the application structure, this book introduces applications of increasing complexity with each chapter. An application that measures your tapping speed, a geolocation tagging application, and a photo editing and sharing application are the three applications that will be built from scratch. You will learn about topics such as the difference between various types of Firefox OS applications, application manifest files, offline apps, and designing principles for applications. You will also learn to test and submit the applications to the marketplace and finally maintain the repository of the Firefox OS application. By the end, you will be able to develop beautifully designed, fully-fledged, and rigorously tested Firefox OS applications and also share them at the Firefox OS Marketplace. Style and approach This book is an easy-to-grasp workflow with practical examples of real-world applications such as Clickr, Check In!, and FotoFox. Each chapter explains the concepts, which are then reinforced as they are demonstrated in an application or a flowchart.

Making Java Groovy

Autor: Kenneth A. Kousen
Publisher: Hodder Christian Books
ISBN: 9781935182948
File Size: 39,87 MB
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Summary Making Java Groovy is a practical handbook for developers who want to blend Groovy into their day-to-day work with Java. It starts by introducing the key differences between Java and Groovy—and how you can use them to your advantage. Then, it guides you step-by-step through realistic development challenges, from web applications to web services to desktop applications, and shows how Groovy makes them easier to put into production. About this Book You don't need the full force of Java when you're writing a build script, a simple system utility, or a lightweight web app—but that's where Groovy shines brightest. This elegant JVM-based dynamic language extends and simplifies Java so you can concentrate on the task at hand instead of managing minute details and unnecessary complexity. Making Java Groov is a practical guide for developers who want to benefit from Groovy in their work with Java. It starts by introducing the key differences between Java and Groovy and how to use them to your advantage. Then, you'll focus on the situations you face every day, like consuming and creating RESTful web services, working with databases, and using the Spring framework. You'll also explore the great Groovy tools for build processes, testing, and deployment and learn how to write Groovy-based domain-specific languages that simplify Java development. Written for developers familiar with Java. No Groovy experience required. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. What's Inside Easier Java Closures, builders, and metaprogramming Gradle for builds, Spock for testing Groovy frameworks like Grails and Griffon About the Author Ken Kousen is an independent consultant and trainer specializing in Spring, Hibernate, Groovy, and Grails. Table of Contents PART 1: UP TO SPEED WITH GROOVY Why add Groovy to Java? Groovy by example Code-level integration Using Groovy features in Java PART 2: GROOVY TOOLS Build processes Testing Groovy and Java projects PART 3: GROOVY IN THE REAL WORLD The Spring framework Database access RESTful web services Building and testing web applications

Aspectj In Action

Autor: Ramnivas Laddad
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781930110939
File Size: 62,72 MB
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Explains the concepts of aspect-oriented programming and the basics of the AspectJ language.

Wicket In Action

Autor: Martijn Dashorst
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781932394986
File Size: 36,37 MB
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Presents a guide to building Wicket-based Web applications for Java developers, covering such topics as working with components, processing user input forms, composing pages, working with CSS and scripts, and securing applications.

Gradle In Action

Autor: Benjamin Muschko
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781617291302
File Size: 76,45 MB
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Summary Gradle in Action is a comprehensive guide to end-to-end project automation with Gradle. Starting with the basics, this practical, easy-to-read book discusses how to build a full-fledged, real-world project. Along the way, it touches on advanced topics like testing, continuous integration, and monitoring code quality. You'll also explore tasks like setting up your target environment and deploying your software. About the Technology Gradle is a general-purpose build automation tool. It extends the usage patterns established by its forerunners, Ant and Maven, and allows builds that are expressive, maintainable, and easy to understand. Using a flexible Groovy-based DSL, Gradle provides declarative and extendable language elements that let you model your project's needs the way you want. About the Book Gradle in Action is a comprehensive guide to end-to-end project automation with Gradle. Starting with the basics, this practical, easy-to-read book discusses how to establish an effective build process for a full-fledged, real-world project. Along the way, it covers advanced topics like testing, continuous integration, and monitoring code quality. You'll also explore tasks like setting up your target environment and deploying your software. The book assumes a basic background in Java, but no knowledge of Groovy. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. Whats Inside A comprehensive guide to Gradle Practical, real-world examples Transitioning from Ant and Maven In-depth plugin development Continuous delivery with Gradle About the Author Benjamin Muschko is a member of the Gradleware engineering team and the author of several popular Gradle plugins. Table of Contents PART 1 INTRODUCING GRADLE Introduction to project automation Next-generation builds with Gradle Building a Gradle project by example PART 2 MASTERING THE FUNDAMENTALS Build script essentials Dependency management Multiproject builds Testing with Gradle Extending Gradle Integration and migration PART 3 FROM BUILD TO DEPLOYMENT IDE support and tooling Building polyglot projects Code quality management and monitoring Continuous integration Artifact assembly and publishing Infrastructure provisioning and deployment

Web Scalability For Startup Engineers

Autor: Artur Ejsmont
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071843663
File Size: 10,77 MB
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This invaluable roadmap for startup engineers reveals how to successfully handle web application scalability challenges to meet increasing product and traffic demands. Web Scalability for Startup Engineers shows engineers working at startups and small companies how to plan and implement a comprehensive scalability strategy. It presents broad and holistic view of infrastructure and architecture of a scalable web application. Successful startups often face the challenge of scalability, and the core concepts driving a scalable architecture are language and platform agnostic. The book covers scalability of HTTP-based systems (websites, REST APIs, SaaS, and mobile application backends), starting with a high-level perspective before taking a deep dive into common challenges and issues. This approach builds a holistic view of the problem, helping you see the big picture, and then introduces different technologies and best practices for solving the problem at hand. The book is enriched with the author's real-world experience and expert advice, saving you precious time and effort by learning from others' mistakes and successes. Language-agnostic approach addresses universally challenging concepts in Web development/scalability—does not require knowledge of a particular language Fills the gap for engineers in startups and smaller companies who have limited means for getting to the next level in terms of accomplishing scalability Strategies presented help to decrease time to market and increase the efficiency of web applications

Mule In Action

Autor: David Dossot
Publisher: Manning Publications
ISBN: 9781617290824
File Size: 36,15 MB
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Summary Mule in Action, Second Edition is a totally-revised guide covering Mule 3 fundamentals and best practices. It starts with a quick ESB overview and then dives into rich examples covering core concepts like sending, receiving, routing, and transforming data. About the Technology An enterprise service bus is a way to integrate enterprise applications using a bus-like infrastructure. Mule is the leading open source Java ESB. It borrows from the Hohpe/Woolf patterns, is lightweight, can publish REST and SOAP services, integrates well with Spring, is customizable, scales well, and is cloud-ready. About the Book Mule in Action, Second Edition is a totally revised guide covering Mule 3 fundamentals and best practices. It starts with a quick ESB overview and then dives into rich examples covering core concepts like sending, receiving, routing, and transforming data. You'll get a close look at Mule's standard components and how to roll out custom ones. You'll also pick up techniques for testing, performance tuning, and BPM orchestration, and explore cloud API integration for SaaS applications. Written for developers, architects, and IT managers, this book requires familiarity with Java but no previous exposure to Mule or other ESBs. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications. What's Inside Full coverage of Mule 3 Integration with cloud services Common transports, routers, and transformers Security, routing, orchestration, and transactions About the Authors David Dossot is a software architect and has created numerous modules and transports for Mule. John D'Emic is a principal solutions architect and Victor Romero a solutions architect, both at MuleSoft, Inc. Table of Contents PART 1 CORE MULE Discovering Mule Processing messages with Mule Working with connectors Transforming data with Mule Routing data with Mule Working with components and patterns PART 2 RUNNING MULE Integration architecture with Mule Deploying Mule Exception handling and transaction management with Mule Securing Mule Tuning Mule PART 3 TRAVELING FURTHER WITH MULE Developing with Mule Writing custom cloud connectors and processors Augmenting Mule with orthogonal technologies

The Definitive Guide To Grails 2

Autor: Jeff Scott Brown
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430243783
File Size: 12,81 MB
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Grails is a full stack framework which aims to greatly simplify the task of building serious web applications for the JVM. The concepts within Grails, like interceptors, tag libs, and Groovy Server Pages (GSP), make those in the Java community feel right at home. Grails’ foundation is on solid open source technologies such as Spring, Hibernate, and SiteMesh, which gives it even more potential in the Java space: Spring provides powerful inversion of control and MVC, Hibernate brings a stable, mature object relational mapping technology with the ability to integrate with legacy systems, and SiteMesh handles flexible layout control and page decoration. Grails complements these with additional features that take advantage of the coding–by–convention paradigm such as dynamic tag libraries, Grails object relational mapping, Groovy Server Pages, and scaffolding. Graeme Rocher, Grails lead and founder, and Jeff Brown bring you completely up–to–date with their authoritative and fully comprehensive guide to the Grails 2 framework. You’ll get to know all the core features, services, and Grails extensions via plug–ins, and understand the roles that Groovy and Grails are playing in the changing Web.