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Modern Web Development with IBM WebSphere : Question

 
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Hi authors,

How is Websphere different from Weblogic or other application servers ? Does the book cover all the features of Websphere ?

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Hi - thanks for the question! So the answer is no, we don't cover all the features of WebSphere in the book. We focus on the development of what we term "Modern" Web applications - meaning those that have RESTful back ends and front ends built using Hybrid Web technologies (JavaScript, JSON, etc.) As to differences between WAS and other app servers - I'm not going to go over that one - there is plenty of material on the internet to tell you that, and lots of helpful material on the IBM WebSphere web site. http://www-03.ibm.com/software/products/en/appserv-was

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Thanks a lot for the reply . I would like to read the book as I am interested to learn new technologies anything related to java .
 
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