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How would you describe the style of the book?

arulk pillai
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How would you describe the style of the book?

For example, tutorial style, scenarios and solutions, conceptual diagrams and explanation, or combination of things.


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Mick Knutson
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arulk pillai wrote:How would you describe the style of the book?

For example, tutorial style, scenarios and solutions, conceptual diagrams and explanation, or combination of things.


What can one learn that is not available freely on the internet?

Interesting question.
The book is mostly taking specific real-world scenarios facing most Java EE projects, then creating a solution to that problem.

There are other sections that are purely tutorial such as trying to understand host one might include mobile development into an enterprise application.
So you can definitely say it is a combination of tools almost in a swiss army knife fashion ;-)


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