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Java EE 5 Development with NetBeans 6

Chaminda Amarasinghe
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Dear Author

Have you explained how to build Seams + a4j application in your book?

Thanks
David Heffelfinger
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Seam and Ajax4JSF are not covered in the book since they are not part of the Java EE 5 specification, they are additional libraries and frameworks that build on top of it.

The book does cover the Woodstock JSF component library, since NetBeans has outstanding support for it out of the box via the Visual Web JSF tool.

My other book, "Java EE 5 Development Using GlassFish Application Server" has brief coverage of both Seam and Ajax4JSF.

David


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Chaminda Amarasinghe
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Hi Dave,

I love wookstock too, But Its very slow..

Check woodstock preview, how its slow?

Thanks Dave for the quick reply
David Heffelfinger
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Although I haven't clicked on every single item on the Woodstock sample application, for the items I clicked I haven't found unacceptable performance.

You can always report any issues you encounter to the woodstock issuezilla

David
Angela Royal
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