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Mastering Resin

by Richard Hightower and Joseph D. Gradecki

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Book Description
  • The official guide to Resin, authorized by the company that invented the product, Caucho Technology
  • Offers a comprehensive tutorial and reference on how to use all flavors of Resin, including the basic Resin server, Resin-CMP, and Resin-Enterprise
  • Demonstrates how to build enterprise Java applications, optimize performance, and use other tools with Resin
  • Illustrates how to configure Resin for various commercial and open source hardware platforms, maintain high availability of the server, and use all of the advanced features
  • Companion Web site includes updates on the technology and links to useful resources and tools

Book Info
Text provides an overview of Resin 3.x, a leading Java and XML application server with native support for servlets, JSP, EJB, CMP, XML, and Web services. Provides a detailed look at all flavors of Resin 3.x, including Resin Enterprise. For experienced Java developers and Web administrators. Softcover.

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"Mastering Resin is a comprehensive guide to Resin 3.x. Particularly valuable is its coverage of advanced capabilities including XTP, Resin’s XSL and JSP formatting system, and Hessian, Resin’s simplified binary Web service protocol."
—Scott Ferguson, Resin Architect, Caucho Technology

Resin 3.x is a leading Java and XML application server with native support for servlets, JSP, EJB, CMP, XML, and Web services. It has a reputation for reliability, extremely fast execution speed, and low implementation cost. Resin’s ability to work with other industry standard servers like Apache, and its built-in load balancing and virtual hosting features, have made it a success in both small shops and enterprises.

Written for both experienced Java developers and Web administrators, this comprehensive tutorial provides you with everything you need to maximize your Web applications with Resin. It offers a detailed look at all flavors of Resin 3.x, including Resin Enterprise. And it takes you through the steps of both developing and deploying Java applications using these cutting-edge servers.

Mastering Resin, the official guide to the Resin family of servers, also explains how to:

  • Take advantage of Resin’s native support for XSL and XML Template Pages
  • Use Resin as a J2EE client
  • Simplify database connectivity through Resin’s native CMP support
  • Optimize the performance of your Web applications
  • Configure Resin to work with commercial and open source servers such as Apache, IIS, Tomcat, and JBoss
  • Use Resin’s advanced features, including page caching, dynamic code updating, load-balancing, and virtual hosting

The companion Web site contains all the code and applications from the book.

About the Author
RICHARD HIGHTOWER is CTO of Trivera Technologies, a leading Java education and consulting company. He is also an active Java developer, a regular contributor to the Java Developer’s Journal, and is the author of the successful Wiley book Java Tools for Extreme Programming.
JOSEPH D. GRADECKI is a software engineer at Comprehensive Software Solutions and an associate professor of computer science at Colorado Technical University. He is an expert in building enterprise applications using Java, servlets, JSPs, Resin, XML, and MySQL. Gradecki is also the co-author of MySQL and Java Developer’s Guide (Wiley).



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