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by Thomas Termini,Pierce Wetter,Ben Galbraith,Jim Roepcke,Pero Maric,John Hopkins,Josh Flowers,Daniel Steinberg,Max Muller,Michael DeMann,Bernard Scholz


Thomas Termini, Pierce Wetter, Ben Galbraith, Jim Roepcke, Pero Maric, John Hopkins, Josh Flowers, Daniel Steinberg, Max Muller, Michael DeMann, Bernard Scholz. The code examples in this book didn't work. There was no consistent flow. Years of Java experience didn't help in understanding this book, when examples don't work, it's impossible to guess is it the framework that is failing or poor writing? For a beginner, I highly recommend Joshua Marker's book. WebObjects is little known and used, I almost gave up exploring it until I saw on a discussion board to pick up other Webobjects books. This book is no longer in print, and it's no wonder why!!!!!

Daniel Steinberg is the Director of Java Offerings for Dim Sum Thinking in Cleveland, Ohio.

Thomas Termini, Pierce Wetter, Ben Galbraith, Jim Roepcke, Pero Maric, John Hopkins, Josh Flowers, Daniel Steinberg, Max Muller, Michael DeMann, Bernhard Scholz, Gustavo Frederico, Douglas Bergere. Pero Maric has been working with WebObjects since version . and has been developing Java applications since 1997. Currently he is a Technical support lead at Montage. DMC, where he mentors and assists team members in providing support for WebObjects applications at Nortel Networks. Daniel Steinberg is the Director of Java Offerings for Dim Sum Thinking in Cleveland, Ohio.

Termini, Thomas; Wetter, Pierce; Galbraith, Ben; Roepcke, Jim; Maric, Pero; Hopkins, John; Flowers, Josh; Steinberg, Daniel; Muller, Max; DeMann, Michael; Scholz, Bernard. Published by Apress 2001-10-01 (2001). ISBN 10: 1861004311 ISBN 13: 9781861004314.

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Books by Thomas Termini. Professional WebObjects with Java by Jiml Maric Roepcke, Ben Galbraith, John Hopkins, Josh Flowers, Pero Maric, Michael Demann, Thomas Termini, Max Muller, Daniel H. Steinberg, Pierce Wetter, Bernard Scholz, Gustavo Frederico, Wrox Team, Bernhard Scholz, Douglas Bergere, Douglas Bergère Paperback, 500 Pages, Published 2001 by Peer Information ISBN-13: 978-1-86100-431-4, ISBN: 1-86100-431-1.

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WebObjects 5 is the powerful new release of Apple's award-winning application server, built from the ground up in Java. This allows WebObjects to run on virtually any server making it easily accessible to millions of Java programmers. WebObjects also integrates with other Java-based solutions such as EJB containers, servlets, ORBs, and web services.

The combination of a Java runtime with advanced native tools for Mac OS X and Windows 2000 makes WebObjects an obvious environment for customers needing rapid development of flexible, scalable web applications.

This book provides a comprehensive roadmap to application development and serving with WebObjects by taking you step-by-step through a careful balance of examples and explanations of theory. When you are finished, you will be able to create dynamic applications that allow users to find, view, and modify data from back-end databases, accessible in any browser.

This book covers:

Complete guide to installing and using WebObjects 5.0 Multi-platform approach, for WebObjects running on either Mac OS X or Windows 2000 Comprehensive tour of WebObject's application development tools Creating WebObjects components Object-relational mapping to databases using the Enterprise Object Framework Advanced features including Direct To Web and Java Client Practical worked examples throughout, including a detailed case study

Professional WebObjects with Java epub download

ISBN13: 978-1861004314

ISBN: 1861004311

Author: Thomas Termini,Pierce Wetter,Ben Galbraith,Jim Roepcke,Pero Maric,John Hopkins,Josh Flowers,Daniel Steinberg,Max Muller,Michael DeMann,Bernard Scholz

Category: Computers and Technology

Subcategory: Databases & Big Data

Language: English

Publisher: Apress (October 2001)

Pages: 500 pages

ePUB size: 1366 kb

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Rating: 4.1

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Jeyn
I've been using WebObjects for several years now (since pre-1.0 days) and this is a terrific addition to my reference material. The authors are well known WebObjects developers, and have an excellent grasp on the topic.
The chapters on the DirectToWeb technology are worth the price of the book alone. Direct2Web allows you to provide substantial functionality without writing large amounts of code. This book has the only DirectToWeb tutorials that I'm aware of other than an article by Max Muller (one of the authors of this book) which was published on Stepwise.com.
The DirectToJava coverage could have been more extensive (read that as more chapters... more coverage) but the one tutorial is certainly a good introduction of what is possible with that technology..
Another strong point about this book is that it covers the released version of WebObjects 5.0 for Java, not a beta version... and both Mac OS X and Windows development environments are given equal space.
Jeyn
I've been using WebObjects for several years now (since pre-1.0 days) and this is a terrific addition to my reference material. The authors are well known WebObjects developers, and have an excellent grasp on the topic.
The chapters on the DirectToWeb technology are worth the price of the book alone. Direct2Web allows you to provide substantial functionality without writing large amounts of code. This book has the only DirectToWeb tutorials that I'm aware of other than an article by Max Muller (one of the authors of this book) which was published on Stepwise.com.
The DirectToJava coverage could have been more extensive (read that as more chapters... more coverage) but the one tutorial is certainly a good introduction of what is possible with that technology..
Another strong point about this book is that it covers the released version of WebObjects 5.0 for Java, not a beta version... and both Mac OS X and Windows development environments are given equal space.
Lo◘Ve
OK .. I haven't completed the book yet! But, I have skimmed it entirely. The is one of the best computer books that I have read! WebObjects is deep, there is a lot to it. To use WebObjects one cannot not simply skim documentation and then start to hack away on a project. I started with one of the other books which was good, but effort wasn't yeilding my desired results.
After going throuh the work of reading, doing the excercises and digesting, I need to produce! I kept thinking, just go back to using servlets this ain't worth it. The other book wasn't exposing WebObjects well enough to get me psyched.
The quality of this book and clarity that it is giving me, has kept me working through the chapters. It is well detailed and fun to read. The book's projects are very good, and worthwhile. I feel that when done, my work will have been justified. This is not just a 50 pound redo of readily available product documentation, like so many other books. Most nerds can't write, these guys do, and they did an excellent job.
Next, I'd like to see a refernece manual.
Lo◘Ve
OK .. I haven't completed the book yet! But, I have skimmed it entirely. The is one of the best computer books that I have read! WebObjects is deep, there is a lot to it. To use WebObjects one cannot not simply skim documentation and then start to hack away on a project. I started with one of the other books which was good, but effort wasn't yeilding my desired results.
After going throuh the work of reading, doing the excercises and digesting, I need to produce! I kept thinking, just go back to using servlets this ain't worth it. The other book wasn't exposing WebObjects well enough to get me psyched.
The quality of this book and clarity that it is giving me, has kept me working through the chapters. It is well detailed and fun to read. The book's projects are very good, and worthwhile. I feel that when done, my work will have been justified. This is not just a 50 pound redo of readily available product documentation, like so many other books. Most nerds can't write, these guys do, and they did an excellent job.
Next, I'd like to see a refernece manual.
Mildorah
I bought this book to teach myself WO from the gound up. It has been extremely helpful and I highly recommend it if you're attempting to do the same. That being said, the book is quite difficult to learn from. This book teaches from fairly narrow examples and leaves it up to the reader to extrapolate the general concepts.
Mildorah
I bought this book to teach myself WO from the gound up. It has been extremely helpful and I highly recommend it if you're attempting to do the same. That being said, the book is quite difficult to learn from. This book teaches from fairly narrow examples and leaves it up to the reader to extrapolate the general concepts.
Hra
I'm halfway through this book and find it disorienting. The examples don't fully go through the steps needed for them to work. It's like the author randomly talks about things without explaining how he got there. Even though it seems to be the only book on WebObjects, I would suggest saving your 40 bucks and reading apple's online guides which have helped me WAY more.
Hra
I'm halfway through this book and find it disorienting. The examples don't fully go through the steps needed for them to work. It's like the author randomly talks about things without explaining how he got there. Even though it seems to be the only book on WebObjects, I would suggest saving your 40 bucks and reading apple's online guides which have helped me WAY more.
Larosa
The sample code used in this book doesn't compile with xcode or older versions of webobjects/project builder. Searches on the web for errata with good versions of the code were not found. Without working sample code, its impossible to follow along and make modifications to test out changes and experiment. This is not a version issue as I made a lot of effort to get older versions of WebObjects pre-Xcode to compile with as well as trying with Xcode. Its sad the authors do not care enough about paying customers to have not tested all the code before releasing it.
Some of the material in the book is helpful - but for a beginner is often not detailed enough or is confusing. I've had better luck with the other webobjects books on Amazon.
Larosa
The sample code used in this book doesn't compile with xcode or older versions of webobjects/project builder. Searches on the web for errata with good versions of the code were not found. Without working sample code, its impossible to follow along and make modifications to test out changes and experiment. This is not a version issue as I made a lot of effort to get older versions of WebObjects pre-Xcode to compile with as well as trying with Xcode. Its sad the authors do not care enough about paying customers to have not tested all the code before releasing it.
Some of the material in the book is helpful - but for a beginner is often not detailed enough or is confusing. I've had better luck with the other webobjects books on Amazon.
funike
While this book COULD be very good, as the information it tries to convey is useful, it was written as though the authors had other things to do and couldn't spend any time on "readability" issues. There are many grammatical errors and words simply left out or juxtaposed which makes reading what is already fairly complex information that much harder. Perhaps this book suffers from the too many cooks syndrome.
Here is an example of bad grammer:
"A solution to this problem is to increase the adaptor timeout value to a value higher than 30 seconds. This requires in order to come up with a permanent solution"
After a few re-reads I figured out that simply changing the adaptor timeout value does NOT require modificaions of the application logic, etc. If they only would have started the first sentence "A temporary solution to..." and started the second sentence, "A more permanent solution requires... " it would have made a world of difference, although the phrase "modificaitons of the application logic, web server or database tuning" is still confusing. Do you need to modify, or tune the web server?
Here's another example a couple pages later:
"Each entry will have useful statistics about each application instance such as port numbers, unique instance number."
The authors should realize how sentences like these can really drain your time and energy when you are trying to understand things, but apparently they don't because these types of sentences show up a LOT.
I also echo another reviewer's thought that the book seems to meander from subject to subject with no real flow which doesn't help readability either.
That being said, there is still some good info to be found in this book once you decipher it. And that fact that there isn't much competition is why I gave it 3 stars. It's just a shame that they didn't want to put in the effort to get the "little" things right.
funike
While this book COULD be very good, as the information it tries to convey is useful, it was written as though the authors had other things to do and couldn't spend any time on "readability" issues. There are many grammatical errors and words simply left out or juxtaposed which makes reading what is already fairly complex information that much harder. Perhaps this book suffers from the too many cooks syndrome.
Here is an example of bad grammer:
"A solution to this problem is to increase the adaptor timeout value to a value higher than 30 seconds. This requires in order to come up with a permanent solution"
After a few re-reads I figured out that simply changing the adaptor timeout value does NOT require modificaions of the application logic, etc. If they only would have started the first sentence "A temporary solution to..." and started the second sentence, "A more permanent solution requires... " it would have made a world of difference, although the phrase "modificaitons of the application logic, web server or database tuning" is still confusing. Do you need to modify, or tune the web server?
Here's another example a couple pages later:
"Each entry will have useful statistics about each application instance such as port numbers, unique instance number."
The authors should realize how sentences like these can really drain your time and energy when you are trying to understand things, but apparently they don't because these types of sentences show up a LOT.
I also echo another reviewer's thought that the book seems to meander from subject to subject with no real flow which doesn't help readability either.
That being said, there is still some good info to be found in this book once you decipher it. And that fact that there isn't much competition is why I gave it 3 stars. It's just a shame that they didn't want to put in the effort to get the "little" things right.