Michael Yuan is a product manager and technical evangelist at Red Hat Inc. working on Seam, JBoss Application Server, and other middleware products. He contributes code to the Seam project and writes about Seam in his blog (http://www.michaelyuan.com/blog/ ). Before joining JBoss, Michael was a software consultant for mobile end-to-end applications. He published three books on mobile technologies, including Enterprise J2ME and Nokia Smartphone Hacks.
After being a contributor to the pre-JBoss Portal project, Thomas Heute was hired by JBoss Inc. in 2004. He started as a software developer in the JBoss Portal team, and then became the colead of the JBoss Seam project in 2005, with the vision to bring EJB3 closer to JSF. At the end of 2006 Thomas came back to pursue his duty among the JBoss Portal team to work on various tasks.
Compared to other computer books this book is to shallow and does not cover the depths of Seam.
For a Web user session, this is vital, and it's nice from the text to see state built into Seam, without you having to shoehorn it in.
It's a must read to get a good start with Seam and to learn what WebApp development should have been from the beginning.
Very good book. It gives good knowledge about how to write
applications in this framework. Many working examples are also
appreciated. Read more
Compared to other computer books this book is to shallow and does not cover the depths of Seam. I would like a more continous example throughout the book instead of a collection of... Read morePublished on March 30, 2008 by Ragnar Österlund
It's not a cookbook with ready made recipes. It gives a shallow but complete overview of the Seam framework features. Read morePublished on March 26, 2008 by Laurent Fournie
This book is a great introduction to Seam, almost (but not quite) addressing it as a complete framework. Read morePublished on July 11, 2007 by Richard Stanford
Jboss Seam blends EJB 3.0 and JSF components under one framework: for Java developers this means an easier tool for taking full advantage of Java EE web development routines - and... Read morePublished on July 7, 2007 by Midwest Book Review