I finally added the code for the book “Les EJB 3 (avec Struts 2, JSF 2, JasperReports 3, Flex 3)” to GitHub.
To grab it, you have 2 options :
1) use GIT and type :
git clone git://github.com/longbeach/VenteEnLigne.git
2) use SVN and type :
svn co http://svn.github.com/longbeach/VenteEnLigne
As a matter of fact, and surprising as it might sound, you can use SVN to grab code from GitHub 🙂
I just noticed that the sixth edition of the book Enterprise JavaBeans, updated to the specification 3.1, from O’Reilly, by Andrew Lee Rubinger (JBoss) and Bill Burke (JBoss), is now available.
I am looking forward to reading it.
The book does not focus on any specific application server. As mentioned in the introduction :
“Because the focus of this book is on developing vendor independent EJB components and solutions, we have stayed away from proprietary extensions and vendor-dependent idioms wherever possible. You can use any EJBcompliant server with this book, but you should be familiar with your server’s specific installation, deployment, and runtime-management procedures to work with the examples.”
I received an email from the editor informing me that the book is now printed and will be available in bookstores next week (from July 5th, 2010).
It is already available for sale on Amazon and ENI.
An online version is also available.
Here is the cover of the book :
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