Wednesday, March 16, 2011

EJB 3 In Action, 2nd Edition

The second edition of EJB 3 In Action was announced recently. Ryan Cuprak joined as a new author of the book. Ryan and Reza are doing most of the work on the book. We have made a lot of changes in the content to include EJB 3.1 and other Java EE features such as CDI.
Here is the table of contents for the book:

Part I: Overview of the EJB landscape
1. What's what in EJB 3.1
2. A first taste of EJB 3

Part II: Working with EJB 3 components
3. Building business logic with session beans
4. Messaging and message-driven beans
5. EJB runtime context, dependency injection, and aspect oriented programming
6. Transactions and security
7. Scheduling and timers in EJB
8. Exposing EJBs as SOAP and REST web services

Part III: Using EJB 3 with JPA and CDI
9. JPA entities
10. Managing entities
11. Using CDI with EJB 3

Part IV: Putting EJB 3 into action
12. Packaging EJB 3 applications
13. EJB 3 testing
14. Designing EJB-based systems
15. EJB performance and scalability
16. EJB 3, Seam, and Spring
17. The future of EJB 3

Appendices
A. RMI primer
B. Migrating from EJB 2.1 to EJB 3
C. Annotations reference
D. Deployment descriptors reference
E. Installing and configuring the Java EE 6 SDK
F. EJB 3 developer certification exam
G. EJB 3 tools support

The book is available on Manning Early Release Program. You can join MEAP and help improve the program

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