J2EE Open Source Toolkit : Building an Enterprise Platform with Open Source Tools (Java Open Source Library)

J2EE Open Source Toolkit : Building an Enterprise Platform with Open Source Tools (Java Open Source Library)

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  • Release Date: 15 September, 2003
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Authors: John T. Bell, James Lambros, Stan Ng

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Customer Rating: 4 of 5 (4 total reviews)

  • 1 starsNot very interesting.

    I tried to make myself read this book, but it didn't say much. Mainly a list of open source projects for a given topic. For example, templating engines, then proceeds to explain each one. This goes on for the entire book. Most of this information is available on the web for free. I wouldn't recommend this book.

  • 5 starsPerfect book to understand and SELL Open Source

    This book is perfect for anyone wanting an introduction to the capabilities of Open Source software. It is EVEN BETTER to help convince management on using Open Source. It clearly shows how to quickly setup a free, fast and reliable enterprise platform for your development team without spending thousands of dollars!

    If you want to have a professional level enterprise platform for you or your development team this book is for you! Using the book and the Companion website you can use all of the most popular open-source tools to build a single, integrated platform.

  • 5 starsOpensource - The hidden capabilities

    I would definitely recommend this book to developers or enterprises that need to build applications with limited resources.

    Having been the commercial app server developer for years (using Weblogic, JRun and Websphere), I was unaware of the capabilities of todays opensource app server. The capabilites and performance of opensource app servers like JBoss are well illusted in this book.

    This book also introduces the reader to a variety of opensource API's. Most of these API's are supported by Jakarta or Sourceforge projects.

    As it's name suggests, if you need opensource knowledge, start with this toolkit.