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Seam in Action by Dan Allen

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Chapter 1. Seam unifies Java EE

This chapter covers

  • Lightweight Enterprise Java
  • Seam as an application stack
  • Simplified configuration using annotations
  • Tools that enable agile development

Is JSF worth a second look? Is EJB really fixed? Is it worth sticking with Java rather than jumping ship for Ruby on Rails?

With the release of Seam 2.0, you can now confidently answer yes to all of these questions. Seam is a progressive application framework for the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) that makes writing web-based applications simple by finally delivering on the promise of a unified component architecture. Seam builds on the innovative changes in Java EE 5 brought about primarily by the Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3 specification. ...

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