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Does this book have enough coverage on CDI?

arulk pillai
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Hi,

Has the book has enough coverage on CDI? Can you please elaborate a bit more on "extending enterprise applications" ?


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Mick Knutson
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arulk pillai wrote:Hi,

Has the book has enough coverage on CDI? Can you please elaborate a bit more on "extending enterprise applications" ?


The book covers some CDI recipes. But also aims to show how other technologies can be added to a Java EE project to extend your capabilities.
There are several aspectJ recipe's in addition to CDI.
There is also a chapter just on integrating JVM languages like Groovy, Scala, and JYThon.


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