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The Java EE 7 Tutorial Volume 1 or Volume 2 - Book question

 
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Hi Author, I have gone through the contents of your 2 books. Its great that the book covers a lot of topics including web services. Does dependency injection comes under Java EE or specific to Spring framework ? Why haven't you covered JSP ?

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Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE has been a part of the Java EE platform since Java EE 6. In Java EE 7, it has been enhanced and has a direct impact on a greater number of technologies than in Java EE 6.

With the introduction of JavaServer Faces in Java EE 5, JSP has become less important to the platform. The Java EE 5 Tutorial (see http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/tutorial/doc/) covers the JSP technology very thoroughly. Since Java EE 5, very few changes have been made in this technology. The Java EE 6 Tutorial and Java EE 7 Tutorial focus on JavaServer Faces and Facelets as the presentation layer for web applications.
 
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The concept behind CDI is indeed based on DI which has Spring as one of the most popular frameworks using it, but the Java EE RI implementation is actually based on JBoss Weld (http://weld.cdi-spec.org/).

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