Java 2EE and XML Development

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C.5    Summary


We have only scratched the surface of the capabilities and extensibility of Ant. We hope this brief introduction has been sufficient to pique your interest in this build tool. As a Java developer, especially in a team environ
ment, learning about Ant and mastering it would be a valuable use of your time.


Web-based resources mentioned in this book:


Resource topic


Web address


Ant, Cactus, Log4j, Struts, Velocity


http://jakarta.apache.org.


Cocoon, Apache Crimson, Apache FOP Xalan, Xerces, XSLTC


http://xml.apache.org.


Concurrent Versioning System


http://www.cvshome.org.


Enhydra


http://www. enhydra.org


eXtreme Programming (XP)


http://www.extremeprogramming.org.


GMD’s XQL, PDOM


http://xml.darmstadt.gmd.de/xql/


J2EE Blueprints design pattern section


http://java.sun.com/j2ee/blueprints/design_patterns/


Java XML Pack, JAXB, JAXM, JAXR, JAX-RPC


http://java.sun.com/xml.


JDOM


http:///www. jdom.org


JUnit


http://www.junit.org


Mercury Interactive testing tools


http://www. mercuryinteractive.com.

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Resource topic


Web address


Rational Software, Rational Unified Process (RUP)


http://www.rational.com


SOAP SOAP specification, SOAP 1.1 with Attachments specification, XBase, XDoclet, XInclude, XLink, XML Schema, XML Signature recommended standard, XPath, XQuery XSLT


http://www. w3.org.


This book


http://www.manning.com/gabrick


UDDI and related technologies


http://www.uddi.org


WebLogic


http://www. bea.com


Webmacro


http://www. webmacro.org


Zvon,


http://www. zvon.org

Books you may want to read:


Alur, Deepak, Dan Malks, and John Crupi. Core J2EEDesign Patterns. New York: Prentice Hall 2001.


Beck, Kent. Extreme Programming Explained. Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2000.


Coulouris, George, Jean Dollimore, and Tim Kindberg. Distributed Systems Concepts and Design. London: Addison-Wesley, 2001.

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