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Chapter-1-Introduction
Chapter-10-JRuby-and-Angular
Chapter-11-Packaging-and-Deployment
Chapter-12-Virtualization
Chapter-13-Testing
Chapter-14-Conclusion
Chapter-2-JavaScript-And-Tools
Chapter-3-REST-and-JSON/jruby-sinatra-rest
Chapter-4-Java-and-Tools
Chapter-5-JavaScript-Frameworks
Chapter-6-Java-RESTful-Servers
Chapter-7-Rapid-Development-Practices
Chapter-8-REST-in-Depth
Chapter-9-jQuery-and-Jython
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client-server-web-apps

Client Server Web Applications

Several applications demonstrating a "client-server" model of web development.

Rather than the server-oriented approaches traditionally used in the Java community, these applications use JavaScript frameworks which make REST calls and communicate using JSON as the data interchange format.

These are small, proof-of-concept prototypes intended to demonstrate basic design, structure and operation using various languages, libraries and frameworks. They are not full-fledged, bullet proof, enterprise grade applications. These details are left as an exercise to the reader :).

O'Reilly Book Published April 2014 (woo hoo) available at Amazon: http://amzn.to/1eGJ0D6