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Flex on Java by Jeremy Anderson, BJ Allmon

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Chapter 2. Beginning with Java

This chapter covers

  • Generating the application structure with Maven
  • Building Java server-side domain objects and services
  • Building a simple JSP UI

We’ll begin by creating a Java application that will expose web services so we can later connect to them from a Flex client. We have attempted to avoid tying the book to a specific sample application by focusing more on the concepts and techniques of using various frameworks and tools. This should allow you to pick a topic in the book that interests you and get rolling on it. We’ll demonstrate many topics by using an application built in this chapter called FlexBugs. If you want to follow the samples in the book you can download the full code listings on the book’s ...

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