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Beginning Java EE 7 Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) continues to be one of the leading Java technologies and platforms. Beginning Java EE 7 is the first tutorial book on Java EE 7. Step by step and easy to follow, this book describes many of the Java EE 7 specifications and reference implementations, and shows them in action using practical examples. This definitive book also uses the newest version of GlassFish to... Full description

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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Beginning? No, this is not about "beginning" anything 22 avril 2014
Par Mark on Amazon - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I can program using the core Java language. I understand the fundamentals of computer science. I have never, ever used Java Enterprise Edition. Therefore, I assumed that a book titled "Beginning Java EE 7" would be about, you know, BEGINNING Java EE 7 - NOT about upgrading to Java EE 7, NOT about what's new in Java EE 7, and NOT about convincing people to adopt Java EE 7, but about how to BEGIN USING Java EE 7. I'm kind of simple like that.

This book strikes me as a gigantic, telephone directory sized marketing publication. The text is crammed full of flowery, slobbering drivel about how wonderful Java EE 7 is. It also assumes that you know quite a bit about Java EE - I got the feeling that the author was writing to users of previous versions.

I'm still looking for a plain English, up to date manual on Java EE written without worthless fluff from the marketing department and that assumes only knowledge of Java SE. Even the official online Java EE Tutorial fails in this regard (mostly due to the thorough soaking in sales-speak that clutters up the narrative to the point of becoming nauseatingly unreadable). (Marketing makes me physically ill.)

I make stuff. I just want to know how to use this tool. That's all. I'll decide how great it is, or isn't.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Make Sure You Know Java EE Before Buying This "Beginner's" Book! 22 avril 2014
Par Eric Miller - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"Beginning" in the title is a bit misleading. I have numerous years as a programmer and the book does a bad job of explaining the entire Java EE software in easy to understand way. The entire book is bloated with Java acronyms that unless you understand, you'll be lost in grasping the concept of what is being explained. Is you are familiar with the Java EE structure and file names, this book would be helpful.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is a gem 9 mars 2014
Par gatorgirl - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
At first, this book can seem overwhelming if you just start reading it from the beginning - there is so much information and it's completely thorough on every topic, including the historical evolution of the technologies. My recommendation is to do the examples first, and then go back to the chapter and read and re-read concepts. Otherwise, you can end up confused with no context. I found myself going back and reading the informational sections and it made everything much more complete and solidified.

Following the above approach, I can really appreciate the way the book is organized and all the effort the author has put into organizing the sections and giving you a very deep run through of every concept. You will learn SO much, and with practical examples along the way. This is a book you're going to want to keep and look stuff up to refresh your mind on certain topics.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not for beginners! 10 août 2016
Par Esvin Mazariegos - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Not very beginner friendly, the author goes has a very good content, but it was hard for me to keep up with it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great for an EE newbie 23 novembre 2013
Par Kyle D. Walker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've been learning Java SE over the past three years, but to get a job I need to make the jump to Java EE. So I purchased this book to help me make that leap. I just finished reading through the book and am about to go over it again. The author packed a LOT of information in this book, and it is well-organized. I was not able to really implement the example code because of technical problems getting the tools (Maven, Derby, etc.) set up on my computer. But I was able to study the examples and gained a lot thereby. While there are a number of typos throughout the book, very few of them detracted from the clarity of what was being said, and I wouldn't let this keep me from highly recommending this book to anyone looking to take that step from SE to EE.

By the way, I tried running the examples in Eclipse at first and it didn't work. I beat my head against this for a while before emailing the author for help. He replied simply that Maven (which all of the examples depend upon) does not play well with Eclipse, and that's why he prefers using the command line interface. So if you're very dependent upon Eclipse, as I am, you may find yourself frustrated with the book's examples and should begin learning how to use the command line.

Pros: It's a well-organized book that will build your understanding if you take the time to read and absorb.

Cons: Perhaps the worst index I've ever seen. For example, there are no entries for "entity" or "producer" or "qualifier" all of which are significant enough in the book to have headings above the sections that talk about them. Other terms, such as "SAX" you can't find in the index in its commonly-used acronym. You have to know to look it up under "Simple API for XML (SAX)".
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