Core HTML5 Canvas: Graphics, Animation, and Game Development (Core Series)
In the summer of 2001, after 15 years of developing graphical user interfaces and
graphics-intensive applications, I read a best-selling book about implementing
web applications by someone I did not know—Jason Hunter—but whom, unbeknownst
to me, would soon become a good friend on the No Fluff Just Stuff
(NFJS) tour.... Struts in Action: Building Web Applications with the Leading Java Framework
A comprehensive introduction to the Struts framework that is complemented by practical case studies that implement applications with Struts, this book is intended for professional developers who want practical advice on how to get their applications working the “Struts way.” The hot topics in the construction of any Web site such...
Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks
As a Java developer, you want a guide that shows you how to add Ajax functionality to your web applications with a minimum of effort. Well look no further than Pro Ajax and Java Frameworks. In this book, recognized Java experts and authors of the best-selling Apress title, Foundations of Ajax, will show you how.
Seam in Action JBoss Seam is an exciting new application framework based on the Java EE platform that is used to build rich, web-based business applications. Seam is rapidly capturing the interest of Java enterprise developers because of its focus on simplicity, ease of use, transparent integration, and scalability.
Seam in Action offers a...
Beginning Apache Struts: From Novice to Professional This book describes a web application framework called Apache Struts, with which you
can easily build robust, maintainable web applications. Now, the three italicized adjectives
aren’t just hype:
• Simplicity: Struts is relatively easy to pick up and use effectively. You get a lot out of
Struts for the effort...
JavaServer Faces in Action
Helping front-end developers, back-end developers, and architects understand how they can get the most out of JavaServer Faces (JSF), this guide to the new official standard for simplifying Java web development explains what JSF is, how it works, and how it relates to other frameworks and technologies like Struts, Servlets, Portlets, JSP, and...
Java Cookbook, Second Edition
Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition gets you to the heart of what you need to know when you need to know it. The completely revised and updated recipes in Java Cookbook, 2nd Edition cover all of the major APIs from Java 1.4 as well as the new 1.5 version. It includes...
JasperReports: Reporting for Java Developers JasperReports is the world's most popular embeddable Java open source reporting library, providing Java developers with the power to easily create rich print and web reports. This book shows you exactly how to get started, and develop the skills to get the most from JasperReports. The book steers you through each point of report setup, to creating,... JavaServer Pages, Second Edition
Since being introduced in 1999, JavaServer Pages™ (JSP) have become a popular and important technology for building dynamic, interactive, content-rich Web sites. JavaServer Pages™, Second Edition is a hands-on guide to working with JSP, offering the easiest and most efficient ways for non-programmers and Web...
Apache Struts 2 Web Application Development
Struts 2.1 is a modern, extensible, agile web application framework suitable for both small- and large-scale web applications.
The book begins with a comprehensive look at Struts 2.1 basics, interspersed with detours into more advanced development topics. You'll learn about configuring Struts 2.1 actions, results, and interceptors via...
Steel Designers' Manual
At the instigation of the Iron and Steel Federation, the late Bernard Godfrey began
work in 1952 on the first edition of the Steel Designers’ Manual. As principal author
he worked on the manuscript almost continuously for a period of two years. On
many Friday evenings he would meet with his co-authors, Charles Gray, Lewis Kent...
Spring Live This book is written for Java developers familiar with web frameworks. Its main purpose is for Java developers to learn Spring and evaluate it against other frameworks. One of my hopes is to compare Spring to other web frameworks, or at least show how it can be integrated with other frameworks (i.e. Struts, WebWork, maybe even Tapestry down the...
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