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Open source, and developed under the auspices of JBoss, Seam is a component framework that focuses to deliver full-featured JEE 5 applications

JBoss Seam - Stitching JSF and EJB3

       

 

Open source, and developed under the auspices of JBoss, Seam is a component framework that focuses to deliver full-featured JEE 5 applications in a lightweight code base i.e. requiring only a fraction of the code of regular JEE applications. JBoss Seam is a robust JEE 5 framework that replaces the traditional way to develop the applications with some clever architecture and techniques. With Seam, JEE 5 and EJB3, seems to go a long way with their focus on the lightweight Java support and reducing the code bloat issues, which has been haunting the developers for a long time. 

  1. The classic framework
    To get familiar with the functionality of the JBoss Seam, it is vital to overview the role of the classic application framework, which orients around the two distinct phases:
    • creation of the user interface
    • creation of the application logic

      Together with JEE 5, JBoss Seam attempts to simplify these two phases.
     

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Posted on: June 10, 2009

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David Kim
December 28, 2011
JBoss Seam - Stitching JSF +Primefaces+ and EJB3

Good Job...!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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