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PART I THE EVOLUTION OF WEB ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN.....
1 State-of-the-art web design
1.1 A brief history of Java web development
1.2 The importance of design patterns
The Model-View-Controller design pattern The emergence of
Model 2 9 Evolution
1.3 Using frameworks
A flavor of the Struts framework A flavor of the Turbine
framework 14 Objectively choosing a framework
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In ancient China (approximately 500 B.C.), Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War. In it, he
described the state of the art in warfare. The book took a universal approach,
describing wide-ranging topics that related to one another only through how they
applied to warfare. In 1961, Julia Child published the classic Mastering the Art of
French Cooking. In her book, she described the essentials of mastering French
cooking. Her book covered an extensive array of topics, including both kitchen
techniques and recipes.
Both of these influential books offered a comprehensive look at the current
thinking in their fields. Each covered a variety of topics, discussing specific techniques
and underlying theories. They included concrete, practical advice, and
they talked about the tools available to make the job of warfare (or cooking) easier.
Art of Java Web Development strives for the same breadth and depth of coverage for
web development in Java. It is not a random selection of topics. Rather, it encompasses
topics that web developers must master to deliver state-of-the-art software. It
also examines the evolution of the cutting edge in web development architecture
and design, describes the best tools (or weapons) available to developers, and
explains specific, practical techniques for improving your web applications.