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- Aleksandr Kravets review states:
I especially liked the example RAP application that author walks you through so you can get started using RAP pretty quickly. […] It is a book for someone who is not sure if the technology will work for a particular project and wants a gentle introduction.
- Jochen Krause (EclipseSource) says:
The book touches all relevant aspects of RAP, and provides a concise guide for getting started with RAP. It includes a section on single sourcing RCP and RAP applications with some really valuable tips. It also touches on styling RAP applications and finishes with the deployment on application servers. With its volume of 150 pages it can’t provide a lot of depth, but it is really a great book to get started with RAP.
- Chris Aniszczyk (EclipseSource) says:
If you’re interested in RAP or single-sourcing, I highly recommend giving this book a read. I support any book where one of the examples involves a cat shelter (meow)!
- Dzone, the specialized bookmarks for developers, featured it on the homepage:
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