[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: JBoss Seam is just a toy in front of the user using Spri

christian.bauer@jboss.com do-not-reply at jboss.com
Tue Jul 11 07:19:18 EDT 2006

One further thing I noticed recently. There are two ways how you can learn "Seam", or better "the new way of web app development in Java":

1. You are an expert with Hibernate, you know the basics of EJB 3.0, you worked with JSF before. If this is your situation, learning most of Seam takes 3 hours. You will be able to use the full feature set right away.

2. You have used Struts with JDBC before and you never used EJBs or an object/relational mapping tool. You can then learn Seam by starting "from the top", that is, by working your way through the most basic examples and understanding how Seam works. This doesn't necessarily mean you need to learn JSF, Hibernate, and EJB at the same time. You can in fact treat these things like black boxes and only learn enough to use them in a Seam web app.

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