Visual, but maintainable development of JSF with Model View Presenter, Databinding etc. - German article online (with lot of code)

The German article "Visuelle und wartbare Entwicklung von JSF mit EJB 3" is available online. Just download it. It was already announced in this newsletter as well.

The publisher complained about the amount of source code in this article - but I didn't reacted :-). 

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Any chance of an English translation for those of us that are German impaired?

Posted by David Heffelfinger on April 04, 2008 at 03:56 PM CEST #

David - you have a German name - would you like to translate? :-)

Perhaps I will write an article in english about this topic - but I wouldn't like just to translate it (it's just to borring) :-)

Btw. great book!

Posted by Adam Bien on April 04, 2008 at 04:20 PM CEST #

Interesting that you recognize my name as German. I've met a couple of German people in my life and asked them if they know anybody with my last name back in Germany, the answer has always been no.

My great grandfather was German, he emigrated to USA a long time ago, unfortunately the German language wasn't passed down to the "younger" generations, therefore I am very much German impaired.

Glad you like my book, allow me just a bit of self promotion for those that may not be familiar with it: http://java-ee-5-glassfish.packtpub.com/

Posted by David Heffelfinger on April 04, 2008 at 08:01 PM CEST #

You can find 2 Heffelfinger here:
http://www.telefonbuch.de/
Remarkably they don't have german first names

Posted by Ramon on April 08, 2008 at 12:25 AM CEST #

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