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Take a use-case approach to Enterprise Java development, and discover how to program more effectively. This practical book shows you how to perform continuous development, using a testing platform the authors built with the JBoss community. Known as Arquillian, this platform acts as the missing link between testing and development.
Andrew Lee Rubinger and Aslak Knutsen demonstrate how testing is the very foundation of development—essential for learning and critical for ensuring that code is consumable, complete, and correct. Whether you’re learning a new technology, debugging broken behavior, or laying down new code, Arquillian helps you document your project in the form of test cases.
Discover how testing should not be considered an "optional" part of enterprise development
Handle common development problems, such as bootstrapping new projects and validating user interfaces
Learn how to build end-to-end applications in a testable fashion
As Senior Software Engineer at JBoss, a Division of Red Hat, Andrew Lee Rubinger is primarily responsible for development of the company's EJB 3.x implementation. He was an early adopter of Java EE technologies and an active contributor in the tech community.
Aslak Knutsen, the project lead of Arquillian, is a Senior SoftwareEngineer at JBoss, by Red Hat. He’s involved in projects such asArquillian, ShrinkWrap, Weld and Seam 3, one of the founders of theJBoss Testing initiative and a speaker at major industry conferencesincluding Devoxx, JavaOne, Jazoon, JFokus, and Geecon.
Comments about oreilly Continuous Enterprise Development in Java:
I have read the firsts chapters of the early release and it already appears that this book will give an answer to many questions I was asking myself like "how to deploy enterprise java applications in the cloud?", "how to coninuously test and deploy them?" and many others. I hope the authors will include the new released features of jee7 before the end of writing.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend