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 [UD.TO] Real World Java EE Night Hacks

15/5/2011

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Publisher: Adam Bien Press 2011 | 167 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

The surprisingly successful book Real World Java EE Patterns–Rethinking Best Practices discusses the rethinking of legacy J2EE patterns. Now, Real World Java EE Night Hacks–Dissecting the Business Tier walks you through the Java EE 6 best practices and patterns used to create a real world application called “x-ray.” X-ray is a high-performance blog statistics application built with nothing but vanilla Java EE 6 leveraging the synergies between the JAX-RS, EJB 3.1, JPA 2, and CDI 1.0 APIs. Topics covered include: A brief introduction into the core principles of Java EE 6 (EJB 3.1, CDI, JPA, JTA,Dependency Injection, Convention over Configuration, interceptors, transactions, REST) using real world code

    Unit and integration testing of Java EE 6 applications using JUnit and ScalaTest
    Using interceptors for performance measuring and monitoring
    Creating mocks with Mockito for EJB 3.1, CDI, JPA, and JAX-RS
    Developing embedded integration tests with Arquillian
    Productive use of JAX-RS, Contexts and Dependency Injection, EJB 3.1, and JPA
    RESTful services and REST clients with Java EE 6
    Convention over Configuration with Java EE 6
    Effective component configuration with CDI and Convention over Configuration
    Plug-in implementation with CDI
    Transactional pub/sub without JMS based on CDI and EJB 3.1
    Continuous integration with Maven 3, Mercurial/Git, and Hudson/Jenkins
    Implementing configurable timers and asynchronous batch processing
    Eventual consistency and high-performance deferred writes with Java EE 6
    Real-time client and server monitoring with JMX and REST
    Functional testing with FitNesse
    Performing stress and load tests
    Simplest possible, but maintainable, Java EE 6 design and architecture

Real World Java EE Night Hacks – Dissecting the Business Tier will benefit experienced developers and architects interested in code, not PowerPoint slides.

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