Apache Click

Tuesday January 05, 2010

New book: Getting Started With Apache Click

We start 2010 with some great news. Freddy Daoud just announced his new book: Getting started with Apache Click. Finally, a book is available on the Click framework that provides a great way for getting started quickly.

From the website:

This book will help you get started with this excellent framework, starting with the basics and moving on to creating a sample application. You'll also learn how to integrate popular third-party frameworks such as Spring, Hibernate, Java Persistence API (JPA), and more.
There is also a chapter on authentication and authorization which integrates Click and Apache Shiro, an open source security framework also hosted at Apache.

You can view the book table of contents here, and download the example source code here.

Enjoy.

The Click team.

Comments:

I've discovered recently the Click framework. I'm started to test it right now. I've ordered the book. I've used Struts for many years, and the statement that is a pain to maintain all the dependencies it is totally true. I've spent many hours of my life debugging because a bad written string. No more. I want my life back.

Posted by Arturo Tena on February 10, 2010 at 05:29 PM EST #

Hi guys! Quick comment: Apache Shiro graduated out of the incubator a while ago. The correct url: http://shiro.apache.org Thanks for the post about the book! Best, Les Hazlewood (Apache Shiro team)

Posted by Les Hazlewood on January 06, 2011 at 03:00 PM EST #

Thanks Les, I've fixed the link.

Posted by Bob Schellink on January 06, 2011 at 04:49 PM EST #

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