1. Your Next Java Web App

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    Heads up: Building your next Java web app doesn't have to suck. You no longer need three miles of XML to stitch your application together. In fact, you don't need it at all. And even though Maven still needs to download the internets from time to time, you can get away with coding nowadays even without restarting your app server altogether.

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    • 3. RichFaces 4 for Desktop & Mobile in JBDS 5

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      JBoss Central provides an archetype for RichFaces 4, also implementing the "kitchensink" example. RichFaces 4 leverages EE 6's BeanValidation by moving those declarative validation rules from the server down to the client. For more information on how to Get Started with JBoss, please visit www.jboss.org/developer, follow us on Twitter @jbossdeveloper or you can follow me directly @burrsutter

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      • Validation - declare once, validate anywhere. A reality?

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        Data constraints validation is a concern shared by multiple layers in applications (presentation, business, persistence and so on) traditionally leading to duplication. Bean Validation (JSR-303) standardizes validation in the Java platform. In this session recorded at the W-JAX Conference 2009 Emmanuel Bernard describes Bean Validation and shows how various layers can use the same constraint declarations and transparently validate data.

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