qIf you're a Java developer interested in leveraging open source tools to build multitier applications, Larne Pekowsky can help--this book will walk you all the way through development, build, testing, and deployment. This soup-to-nuts coverage is a rare find.q --Angela Yochem, author of qJ2EE Applications and BEA WebLogic Server, Second Editionq (Prentice Hall, 2004) The Jakarta project consists of many powerful open source tools for the Java platform, but most lack tutorials or clear online help documentation. qApache Jakarta and Beyondq is the definitive guide to using Jakarta and other Java open source tools to develop Web applications more efficiently and effectively. In this example-packed book, readers will findAn introduction to the philosophy behind the Jakarta projectDetails on many ready-to-use Java toolkits, including Ant, JUnit, Cactus, Log4J, POI, Tomcat, James, Struts, and moreIn-depth guidelines on how to develop with multiple toolkits A guide to splitting work along lines of qwhat is availableq and qwhat must be writtenqBest practices for development, such as the model/view/controller paradigmNumerous examples that can serve as templates for readers' own projects The accompanying CD-ROM contains templates and complete code examples from the book. Whether you are developing client applications, Web applications, or Web services, qApache Jakarta and Beyondq will help you use existing code to simplify the task at hand.aquot;If youa#39;re a Java developer interested in leveraging open source tools to build multitier applications, Larne Pekowsky can help--this book will walk you all the way through development, build, testing, and deployment.
|Title||:||Apache Jakarta and Beyond|
|Publisher||:||Addison-Wesley Professional - 2005|