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Java Tools for Extreme programming mastering open source tools including - Hightower R.

Java Tools for Extreme programming mastering open source tools including - Hightower R.

Java Tools for Extreme programming mastering open source tools including

Author: Hightower R.
Publishers: Wiley publishing
Year of publication: 2002
Number of pages: 417
ISBN: 0-471-20708
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Download: javatoolsforextremeprog2002.pdf

Java Open Source Library
including
Ant, and Cactus
Table of Contents
Introduction - 4
Part I - Introduction and Key Concepts
Chapter 1 -Introduction to Extreme Programming - 10 Chapter 2 -J2EE Deployment Concepts - 17 Chapter 3 -Example Applications - 27
Part II - Mastering the Tools
Chapter 4 -Continuous Integration with Ant - 79 Chapter 5 - Building Java Applications with Ant - 90
Chapter 6 - Building J2EE Applications with Ant - 110
Chapter 7 -Unit Testing with JUnit - 156 Chapter 8 -Testing Container Services with Cactus - 204 Chapter 9 - Functional Testing with HttpUnit - 245
Chapter 10 - Measuring App. Performance with JMeter - 265 Chapter 11 - Load Testing with JUnitPerf - 282
Part III - API and Tag Reference
Chapter 12 -Ant Tag Reference - 298 Chapter 13 -Ant API Reference - 319 Chapter 14 -JUnit API Reference - 340 Chapter 15 - Cactus API Reference - 357 Chapter 16 - HttpUnit API Reference - 383 Chapter 17 -JUnitPerf API Reference - 408
Java Tools for Extreme Programming Mastering Open Source Tools Including Ant, JUnit, and Cactus
NEW YORK CHICHESTER WEINHEIM BRISBANE SINGAPORE TORONTO Publisher: Robert Ipsen Editor: Robert M. Elliott Managing Editor: John Atkins Book Packaging: Ryan Publishing Group, Inc.
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10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
First and foremost, I'd like to thank my wife Kiley Hightower for putting up with me on this tight schedule. I spent many a night at a coffee shop with my laptop working until the coffee shop closed.
I really appreciate working with Tim Ryan at Ryan Publishing Group. He orchestrated the work of the editor, contributing authors, co-authors, technical editors, and made this a painless and smooth operation for the authors and team. In addition, Tim provided advice and asked the right questions to guide the book along from the very beginning to the very end. Tim is a true professional. Thanks!
Kudos to my co-author Nicholas Lesiecki! When I put together the outline of this book and pitched it to Tim Ryan, Wiley was excited about the project and put it on the finish-darn-quick list. I agreed to an aggressive schedule, and even considered taking time off from work to complete it, but decided not to. Nick was able to bail me out by stepping up to the plate and taking on a lot of responsibility, and eventually he became the coauthor of the book. Thanks Nick.
Richard Hightower Nicholas Lesiecki
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Much thanks to Scott Fauerbach! Scott went over the pet store baseline application and simplified it a lot. Originally it was very abstract, but a little difficult to understand. Scott ripped through it and simplified it. Together we made it as simple as possible. Scott and I have been on several teams at several companies— we work well together. Scott also did an excellent job on the session bean case study for the business tier of the Pet store application. Thanks, Scott.
Erik Hatcher is a wealth of information on Ant and JUnit. I consulted him many times. It was great having the FAQ moderator for Ant in the office next to you when you are having problems with Ant. Thanks Erik for all of the support.
I'd like to thank Andy Barton for allowing me to host the Web site for the book for free, and Ron Tapia and Chris Lechner for setting up the site. Also, Ron helped me debug problems when porting the application from SQL Server to Hypersonic SQL.
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