EJB & WebSocket
EJB & WebSocket
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EJB Annotations Primer
a concise guide...
EJBs are not about XMLs and interfaces any more. They offer a simplified, declarative and POJO based programming model powered by annotations. These are used by the the container to weave its magic at runtime. In other words, the container does all the heavy lifting for you once you communicate your requirements via annotations.
This book consists of short chapters, each of which cover a specific part of the EJB specification. Here is a comprehensive list - life cycle management, dependency & resource injection, pooling, concurrency, web services, interceptors, security, transactions, schedulers & timers, asynchronous model, eager initialization, heterogenous interfaces/views and exception handling.
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Java WebSocket API handbook
The book is what it says it is - a handbook, a quick reference, a fast track guide. It covers the nitty gritty of the Java WebSocket API which is a standard (specification) for building WebSocket applications. It is targeted (primarily) towards Java/Java EE developers and can be used in various capacities
- As a getting started with the Java WebSocket API guide
- You are already well versed with this API and its constructs, but need a quick peek/reference to a specific API, it's usage, nuances etc.
- Maybe you're just curious about what Java has to offer in terms of WebSocket support - feel free to check this out
The first three lessons are meant to get your feet wet
- Warm up
- API Overview
- Programming Model
Then comes the core part which is important from a API usage perspective
- Sending Messages
- Receiving Messages
- WebSocket Client API
The default conventions offered by the WebSocket API can actually hide the details related to Configuration & Deployment, but you should know them anyway !
The book ends with a exploration of how the API integrates with other Java EE specifications as well as a quick peek into the threading details of some of the API constructs
- Tying in with the Java EE Platform: Part I (EJB, CDI) and II (Servlet, Security)
- Lifecycle and Concurrency semantics
It is not meant to be ...
- a generic discourse on WebSocket: it deals with the Java implementation of the WebSocket specification (JSR-356 to be specific)
- a deep dive into the WebSocket RFC
- exploration of other Java based WebSocket APIs/frameworks (e.g. Atmosphere etc.) is not the goal of this book
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