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|java swt design patterns|
What are some good design patterns for creating a form in
I have an app that has 6 tabs with a different form
in each. How does the typical java programmer go about making these
For example as a wpf programmer I might
databind all these controls to underlying objects.
java programmers like to do?
|Patterns for deploying layered business applications written in Java|
I'm working on a layered business application written in Java that
should be packaged as an EAR file and deployed to a JBoss application
server. There's a web-application layer, a service layer, a domain
layer but no persistence layer. At least on paper.
the best practice for deploying the different layers? In our team we
have a little religious war going on between:
layer in its own JAR file (e.g. in its own Maven module), and adding
each module to the EAR file, OR
Bundling everything together in a
single JAR file, with each layer mapped to a package naming
Are there other possibil
|Design patterns for Java EE application|
We are starting a new Java EE project and am looking for
suggestions regarding design patterns to expose the backend
It would be preferable if the backend logic
can run seamlessly on Tomcat, other Java EE 5 containers. We are
currently veering towards Java EE 5, EJB3, JPA and the preferred
deployment platform is JBoss 5 AS. We would expect the backend engine
to expose the following interfaces (e.g. EJB3 local / remote, SOAP,
REST) for the business logic. Any pointers regarding suitable design
patterns which can be used as for as code layout and package structure
is concerned, which will enable us to package and deploy them on the
above mentioned containers
|Design Patterns in Database Applications with Java (Java EE / Java SE)|
I've been reading StackOverflow for quite a while now and I'm only
now building the nerve to ask a question. I'm 20 years old and
currently enrolled in college in IT here in my hometown (Cluj-Napoca,
Romania). Enough for introductions :D.
Basically I have
my little software firm that provides Book-keeping appz. They're
(horrifyingly) written in Delphi and I want to start from scratch and
write them in Java. I've had little experience with Java in the past
but I want to learn and I've chosen Java because of the cheap and
quality tools the platform offers.
Now could you please
point me to the right direction as where could I find some complete
|design patterns in java|
I want to learn core java design patterns.
Could any one of you suggest good pdf where I could know about
the design patters in java with simple examples.
|Sample Java EE projects using Java EE design patterns|
For .Net there are lots of projects that Microsoft/others provide
via which one can learn how patterns etc. are implemented in real life
I am looking for ones for Java EE (apart from
the samples that Sun provides
on:http://java.sun.com/javaee/reference/code/). Am looking for more
complex ones. May be using JSF/Spring/Struts