Dec 21, 2009

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For programmers either just migrating to Java or already working steadily in the forefront of Java development, Learning Java gives a clear, systematic overview of the Java 2 Standard Edition. It covers the essentials of hot topics like Swing and JFC; describes new tools for signing applets; and shows how to write networked clients and servers, servlets, JavaBeans, and state-of-the-art user interfaces. Includes a CD-ROM with example code and JBuilder for Windows and Solaris.


Part of O'Reilly's definitive set of Java documentation, Learning Java introduces the basics of Java, the object-oriented programming language for networked applications from Sun Microsystems. This book provides a broad survey of the Java 2 Standard Edition and contains everything necessary to get up to speed quickly. It covers the essentials of hot topics like Swing and JFC; describes new tools for signing applets and other Java classes; and shows how to write networked clients and servers, servlets, JavaBeans, and state-of-the-art user interfaces. Java started out as a tool for creating animated web pages, but it's proven to be much more. Java is now used for everything from sophisticated web clients to mission-critical enterprise applications. In the future, Java will become the basis for a new generation of distributed software that runs on devices ranging from cell phones to supercomputers. In the practical, hands-on approach characteristic of O'Reilly, Learning Java demonstrates why Java is now the language of choice for building the next generation of computer software. Includes a CD-ROM containing the example code and JBuilder for Windows and Solaris. Learning Java covers:
  • History and principles of Java
  • How to write simple applets and applications
  • How to integrate applets into the World Wide Web
  • Java Fundamental Class (JFC) and Swing Libraries
  • Using threads
  • Using arrays
  • Network programming with sockets
  • Remote Method Invocation
  • Servlets
  • Signing applets
  • Creating a security policy

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    1 comment:

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