HTML If you re a J2EE software engineer looking to add a little Flash to your front end, Reality J2EE Architecting for Flash MX shows you how to integrate Flash and Java using best practice principles in design, architecture, and software development The only book to explain Flash from a J2EE developer s perspective, Reality J2EE Architecting for Flash MX takes you through the complete development of an online banking application, using test driven development to design by intention the server side Java using Junit and EJBUnit and client side ActionScript using ActionScript Unit Testing , refactoring best practice J2EE architectures to accommodate a Flash user interface Rather than stick you with the student role, this book makes you a full fledged member of a real world development team, allowing you to sit in on the process of designing the applications, discussing development problems, and brainstorming to find solutions, with the result being a real, usable product....
|Title||:||Reality J2EE: Architecting for Macromedia Flash MX|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education 1st edition April 8, 2003|
|Number of Pages||:||768 pages|
|File Size||:||996 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Reality J2EE: Architecting for Macromedia Flash MX Reviews
This book says that it's meant for experienced senior J2EE developers, it bascially goes on and on about what a typical XP project is like. Too many dialogs explaining what different patterns are, and why we should use it, and why testing is good. Goes over MVC, Business Delegate, etc, but not thorough enough. People working with J2EE would already have that knowledge. And of course being from "Macromedia Press" this book mentions a lot of Macromedia's products, ie JRun. Overall it is a decent book, but don't buy it if you're expecting to learn MX 2004/Actionscript 2.0 code.
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This is a very well written book. In my opinion it is very difficult for someone to write a book on technology that is either enjoyable or useful. Steven Webster has proven that he is one of the rare people that can do both.
Brilliant idea to base this book on a real project. By reading it, you get a chance to become in turn architect, designer,developer ! A book to eat if you consider Flash as a professional client tiers.
On and on it goes. Every trifling detail of the boring "real world" projects. If you work in the industry it will remind you of work too much.