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Chapter of the month -- February 2005

This month we share with you a brand new featured chapter from Inside Web Dynpro for Java. This book analyzes SAP's Java-based user interface technology and offers expert guidance for Webpro -- from a basic introduction through creating your own applications. Our featured chapter will give you a glimpse into this book and all that it has to offer! Chapter of the month

This month we present a brand new chapter excerpt on Web Dynpro for Java. Check back each month for a featured chapter.


Inside Web Dynpro for Java, by Chris Whealy

Featured -- February 2005

Inside Web Dynpro for Java by Chris Whealy, a unique book on SAP's Java-based user interface (UI) technology, teaches readers how to leverage the full power of Web Dynpro -- taking it well beyond the standard "drag and drop" functionality. You'll start with a detailed introduction to the Web Dynpro basics like MVC Design Pattern, the general architecture, event handling and the phase model. Then, benefit from expert guidance on how to create your own Web Dynpro applications, with volumes of practical insights on the do's and don'ts of Web Dynpro Programming. The authors provide you with detailed sections on the use of the Adaptive RFC layer, as well as Dynamic Programming techniques, to name just a few. This exceptional book is complemented by an in-depth class and interface reference, which further assists readers in their efforts to modify existing objects, design custom controllers, and much more.

Download Chapter 7 -- Coding Principles in Web Dynpro HERE.

(Reproduced from the book 'Inside Web Dynpro for Java', ISBN 1-59229-038-8, Copyright 2005. Written permission from SAP PRESS is required for all other uses. Copyright © 2005 SAP PRESS America. All rights reserved. Email: SAP PRESS America, 11300 Rockville Pike, Suite 1100, Rockville, MD 20852-3030, USA.)

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