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  • Title Guide to Java Persistence and Hibernate
  • Author(s) Sebastian Hennebrueder
  • Publisher: Laliluna.com
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  • eBook HTML and PDF (258 Pages, 2.3 MB)
  • Language: English
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Book Description

This book is for Java developers who want to learn about Hibernate. It provides a clear introduction to the current standard for object-relational persistence in Java.

This book provides more in-depth examples than any other books for Hibernate beginners. The authors also present material in a lively, example-based mannernot in a dry, theoretical, hard-to-read fashion. And since the book keeps its focus on Hibernate without wasting time on nonessential third-party tools, you'll be able to immediately start building transaction-based engines and applications.

It is ideal for you if you're experienced in Java with databases (the traditional, or connected, approach), but are new to open source lightweight Hibernate - the most popular de facto object-relational mapping and database-oriented application development framework.

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