The Enterprise Java platform, Java EE 6, has gotten a facelift ... JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2, is a big part of what’s new in Java EE 6! JSF 2, a significant upgrade from JSF 1.2, includes Facelets and integration/use options with a variety of web frameworks, including the popular JBoss® Seam and even the Spring Framework.
Beginning JSF 2 APIs and JBoss® Seam gets you up to speed with the JSF 2.x API features and how they’re implemented using the latest Seam web framework. This quick–start tutorial is the fastest way to get started on JSF 2, Facelets, and Seam, and...
HTML5 is here, and with it, web applications have acquired power, ease, scalability, and responsiveness like never before. With this book, developers will learn how to use the latest cutting-edge HTML5 web technology��available in the most recent versions of modern browsers��to build web applications with unparalleled functionality, speed, and responsiveness.
This new edition includes major revisions for WebSockets functionality, reflecting the new W3C specification. It also features new chapters covering the drag-and-drop API as well as SVG.
The NetBeans Platform is the world's only modular Swing application framework, used by very large organizations in mission-critical scenarios, such as at Boeing and Northrop Grumman, as well as in the financial sector and in the oil/gas industry. For these large customers in enterprises who are increasingly interested in Maven and OSGi, the book will have particular relevance.
So you like living on the bleeding edge and want to learn about Java 6, aka Mustang.
Welcome. What you hold in your hands is a look at the newest features of the early access
version of Mustang. Working through the early access releases from Sun, I’ve painfully
struggled through the weekly drops and demonstrated the latest feature set to help you
decide when or if it is time to move to Java 6. OK, maybe it wasn’t that painful. In any
case, many of these new features make the transition from Java 5 (or earlier) to Java 6
the obvious choice....
A few years ago I was browsing the computer section at a local bookstore when I
bumped into another computer enthusiast. He introduced himself as a game
programmer, mentioned a few of the projects he had worked on, and told me
about his latest fascination: Linux. It meant little to me at the time, but I led
the conversation away for future reference, and eventually I remembered the
name and installed Linux on my home computer.
Ever since Java programmers have downloaded their first virtual machine, their ears have been glued to the
ground, constantly on the lookout for tips and tricks for using the latest Java APIs. After all, there's nothing
quite as satisfying as grasping a new technique for solving a common programming problem. Remember the
first time you learned the power of Model-View-Controller (MVC), or developed your first singleton class? It
was clear that someone out there had thought through the same problems you were having and, best of all,
developed a solution that worked....
Get a thorough introduction to ADO.NET Entity Framework 4 -- Microsoft's core framework for modeling and interacting with data in .NET applications. The second edition of this acclaimed guide provides a hands-on tour of the framework latest version in Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4. Not only will you learn how to use EF4 in a variety of applications, you'll also gain a deep understanding of its architecture and APIs.
Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 handsets have injected a new vibrancy into the smartphone marketplace and provided bold new opportunities for the Microsoft development community. Now in its second edition, Beginning Windows Phone 7 Development has been written to help you identify those opportunities and to learn the skills you’ll need to harness them. It covers the very latest developments in the field, including the extended APIs offered in Microsoft’s automatic platform update, so you’ll have timely, accurate information at your fingertips....
PHP in WebSphere sMash
Adding PHP dependency to your application
There are many PHP applications that currently run on the latest development drivers of WebSphere sMash. Many other applications will likely work, but there are known gaps in feature support. The WebSphere sMash development team is working hard to address these issues to provide near full support for all PHP APIs and applications. Check the Project Zero website for the latest list of applications that are known to work with WebSphere sMash.
Beginning iPhone 4 Development is here! The authors of the bestselling Beginning iPhone 3 Development are back, with the same excellent material completely updated for iOS 4 and written from the ground up using the latest version of Apple's Xcode 3. All source code has been updated to use the latest Xcode templates and current APIs, and all-new screenshots show Xcode 3 in action.