In the second edition of their book "Core J2EE Patterns: Best Practices
and Design Strategies," Deepak Alur, John Crupi and Dan Malks bring
together powerful JavaTM 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EETM)
design patterns that lead to applications with superior performance,
scalability and robustness. The book shares Sun's best practices for
development with JavaServer PagesTM technology (JSPTM), Servlets,
Enterprise JavaBeansTM architecture (EJBTM) and other J2EE
The 528-page book contains two sections:
- Patterns and the J2EE platform: This section covers considerations
and bad practices for presentation tier design and for business tier
- J2EE Pattern Catalog: This section provides an overview of the J2EE
Patterns, and discusses patterns in the presentation tier, the business
tier and integration tier.
The authors, Java technology architects with the Sun Java Center,
organize their complete catalog of J2EE patterns into
presentation tier, business tier and integration tier solutions,
including new refactorings and patterns for using XML and for J2EE Web
Services. The book concludes with an end-to-end multi-tier case study.
The first edition of Core J2EE Patterns was released in 2001.
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