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Wagner, Gerd / Diaconescu, Mircea

Web Applications with Javascript or Java

Volume 1: Constraint Validation, Enumerations, Special Datatypes

Series:De Gruyter Textbook


    500,00 € / $575.99 / £454.50*

    eBook (EPUB)
    Publication Date:
    December 2017
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    • Using up-to-date technologies
    • With summaries, exercises, example apps, example codes, quiz questions and practice projects
    • Technical details limited to what is really needed
    • Additional resources from the book's website

    Aims and Scope

    Today, web applications are the most important type of software applications. This textbook shows how to design and implement them, using a model-based engineering approach that covers general information management concepts and techniques and the two most relevant technology platforms: JavaScript and Java. The book provides an in-depth tutorial for theory-underpinned and example-based learning by doing it yourself, supported by quiz questions and practice projects. Volume 1 provides an introduction to web technologies and model-based web application engineering, discussing the information management concepts of constraint-based data validation, enumerations and special datatypes. Volume 2 discusses the advanced information management concepts of associations and inheritance in class hierarchies.

    Web apps are designed using UML class diagrams and implemented with two technologies: JavaScript for front-end (and distributed NodeJS) apps, and Java (with JPA and JSF) for back-end apps. The six example apps discussed in the book can be run, and their source code downloaded, from the book’s website.

    Gerd Wagner

    is Professor of Internet Technology at Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany, and Adjunct Associate Professor at Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, USA. He works in the areas of web engineering and modeling and simulation.

    Mircea Diaconescu

    is a Software Architect and Technical Team Leader at Entri GmbH, Berlin. He enjoys to work with the newest web technologies and to build Web of Things projects. Java, JavaScript/NodeJS and C# are his favorite programming languages.


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