Chapter 9. Servlets, Composite Components, and WebSockets

Our applications are fully operational by now, using several WebLogic Server features that enable us to expose and consume web services and JMS queues, secure access to these components, read and write business entities from and to a database, and so on.

In this chapter, we're going to check out some features of the presentation layer:

  • A very interesting JavaServer Faces resource that helps us improve development speed and composite components and provides a way to create and use reusable pieces of code by applying templates
  • Deprecated and new features of Servlet 3.0, such as asynchronous request processing and dynamic component creation
  • How to open a direct communication channel between server ...

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