Beginning Java™ Google App Engine

  • Authors
  • Kyle Roche
  • Jeff Douglas

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 1-6
  3. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 7-23
  4. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 25-42
  5. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 43-88
  6. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 89-121
  7. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 123-133
  8. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 135-168
  9. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 169-195
  10. Kyle Roche, Jeff Douglas
    Pages 197-219
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 221-236

About this book

Introduction

Google App Engine is one of the key technologies to emerge in recent years to help you build scalable web applications even if you have limited previous experience. If you are a Java programmer, this book offers you a Java approach to beginning Google App Engine. You will explore the runtime environment, front-end technologies like Google Web Toolkit, Adobe Flex, and the datastore behind App Engine. You'll also explore Java support on App Engine from end to end.

The journey begins with a look at the Google Plugin for Eclipse and finishes with a working web application that uses Google Web Toolkit, Google Accounts, and Bigtable. Along the way, you'll dig deeply into the services that are available to access the datastore with a focus on Java Data Objects (JDO), JDOQL, and other aspects of Bigtable.

With this solid foundation in place, you'll then be ready to tackle some of the more advanced topics like integration with other cloud platforms such as Salesforce.com and Google Wave.

NOTE: The source code files which accompanied this title are no longer available. Neither Apress nor the author is able to supply these files.

Keywords

Eclipse Google Web Toolkit Java Java Data Objects JavaServer Pages Scala Servlet

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