======================= MANNING PRESS RELEASE ======================= Manning Publications announces the release of: J2EE and XML Development Greenwich, Connecticut, March 20, 2002 -- J2EE and XML are important technologies in their own right, but applications that use them together benefit from their synergy. Java and J2EE make a powerful platform for building robust application logic. XML facilitates flexible data storage and manipulation. Developers who properly use XML with J2EE develop the most powerful enterprise systems that can be built today. J2EE and XML Development is a rich yet concise guide that teaches how, where, and why to use XML in each layer of a J2EE application. The book categorizes and explains many recent Java and XML technologies and the ways in which a J2EE application can best use them. It untangles the web of Java APIs for XML, including the JAX family, as well as other popular emerging standards like JDOM, explaining each in terms of its functionality, and illustrating its intended use through examples. About the Authors Kurt Gabrick is an architect and developer with J2EE and XML experience from development projects for Visa USA, IBM, Cisco Systems, Siemens Communications and others. Dave Weiss is a distributed systems developer and trainer of software developers. About Manning Publications Co. Manning Publications Co. is a growing and well-respected independent computer book publisher with a reputation of publishing in-depth books written in a clear style, without the fluff. J2EE and XML Development joins other best-selling Manning Java titles such as Web Development with JavaServer Pages, 2nd ed., Server-Based Java Programming, Swing, and Java Network Programming. J2EE and XML Development debuts at the JavaOne Conference in March 2002 along with five other new Java titles - Bitter Java, JDK 1.4 Tutorial, Java 2 Micro Edition, Java 3D Programming, and Java Instant Messaging: The Jabber Protocols. This book will be available in retail stores in April 2002. J2EE and XML Development By Kurt A. Gabrick and David B. Weiss ISBN 1930110-308 April 2002 Print edition: Softbound, 304 pages, $39.95 Ebook edition: Pdf format, 1.2 MB, $13.50
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