While Apple provides a modicum of documentation for developers just starting with WebObjects, more-skilled WebObjects developers typically learn from each other or via trial and error. "Practical WebObjects" formalizes this process for the skilled and experienced WebObjects developer with this 100% pragmatic resource.
Written by two expert WebObjects developers, Charles Hill and Sacha Mallais, this book features working, world-tested solutions for difficult problems. Endorsed by Global Village, "Practical WebObjects" includes many topics not covered anywhere else, including localization, validation, and optimization.
"Practical WebObjects" will prove invaluable for WebObjects developers trying to solve specific problems and wanting to increase their overall knowledge of WebObjects. Table of Contents Making Your Code Better EO Modeling Techniques Managing the Object Graph Authentication and Security Input and State Validation of Enterprise Objects The Secret Life of Components Components and Elements Localization Copying Enterprise Objects WebObjects in a J2EE World XML and WebObjects "
Chapter 1--Making Your Code Better Chapter 2--EO Modeling Techniques Chapter 3--Managing the Object Graph Chapter 4--Authentication and Security Chapter 5--Input and State Validation of Enterprise Objects Chapter 6--The Secret Life of Components Chapter 7--Components and Elements Chapter 8--Localization Chapter 9--Copying Enterprise Objects Chapter 10--WebObjects in a J2EE World Chapter 11--XML and WebObjects Appendix--Setting Up the Code