• Java I/O

    Java I/O

    In many ways this book is a prequel to my previous book, Java Network Programming (O'Reilly & Associates). When writing that book, I more or less assumed that readers were familiar with basic input and output in Java™—that they knew how to use input streams and output streams, convert bytes to characters, connect filter streams to each other, and so forth. However, after that book was published, I began to notice that a lot of the...

     479 p cit 25/03/2013 95 3

  • Java Distributed Objects

    Java Distributed Objects

    Luke Andrew Cassady-Dorion: As I sit looking over the hundreds of pages that form the tome you are now holding, I am finally able to catch my breath and think about everything that has gone into this book. Starting at ground zero, none of this could have come together without the work done by Bill McCarty, my co-author. Bill, you have put together an excellent collection of work; thank you.

     693 p cit 25/03/2013 30 2

  • Java & XML 2nd Edition

    Java & XML 2nd Edition

    When I wrote the preface to the first edition of Java & XML just over a year ago, I had no idea what I was getting into. I made jokes about XML appearing on hats and t-shirts; yet as I sit writing this, I'm wearing a t-shirt with "XML" emblazoned across it, and yes, I have a hat with XML on it also (in fact, I have two!). So, the promise of XML has been recognized, without any doubt. And that's good.

     428 p cit 25/03/2013 101 2

  • Java and SOAP

    Java and SOAP

    The Simple Object Access Protocol, or SOAP, is the latest in a long line of technologies for distributed computing. It differs from other distributed computing technologies in that it is based on XML, and also that thus far it has not attempted to redefine the computing world. Instead, the SOAP specification describes important aspects of data content and structure as they relate to familiar programming models like remote procedure calls...

     230 p cit 25/03/2013 85 2

  • Java 2 Certification

    Java 2 Certification

    In just a few years, Java has become one of the world's most popular programming languages. Java's initial popularity stemmed from its association with the Web and its capability to deliver executable content to Web pages. This popularity increased as programmers discovered Java's power, simplicity, and rich APIs. Java's popularity increased further as both large and small companies invested in building Java-based information infrastructures....

     399 p cit 25/03/2013 132 1

  • Java & XML 2nd Edition

    Java & XML 2nd Edition

    When I wrote the preface to the first edition of Java & XML just over a year ago, I had no idea what I was getting into. I made jokes about XML appearing on hats and t-shirts; yet as I sit writing this, I'm wearing a t-shirt with "XML" emblazoned across it, and yes, I have a hat with XML on it also (in fact, I have two!). So, the promise of XML has been recognized, without any doubt. And that's good.

     401 p cit 25/03/2013 80 1

  • Core J2EE™ Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies

    Core J2EE™ Patterns: Best Practices and Design Strategies

    This book is about patterns for the Java 2 platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). These J2EE patterns provide solutions for problems typically encountered by designers of software applications for the J2EE platform. All the patterns documented in the catalog have been discovered in the field, where they have been used to create successful J2EE applications for our customers.

     420 p cit 25/03/2013 85 2

  • Wireless Programming in J2ME

    Wireless Programming in J2ME

    The wireless devices such as cell phones and two-way pagers keep their owners connected to the outside world at anytime from anywhere. They offer great connectivity that other types of devices couldn’t offer. Application development for these wireless devices is going to be in great demand for the next couple years. Network programming plays an important role in wireless application development to take advantage of the connectivity these...

     410 p cit 25/03/2013 35 2

  • Effective Java: Programming Language Guide

    Effective Java: Programming Language Guide

    In 1996 I pulled up stakes and headed west to work for JavaSoft, as it was then known, because it was clear that that was where the action was. In the intervening five years I've served as Java platform libraries architect. I've designed, implemented, and maintained many of the libraries and served as a consultant for many others. Presiding over these libraries as the Java platform matured was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. It is no...

     180 p cit 25/03/2013 109 4

  • Developing Java beans

    Developing Java beans

    JavaBeans is one of the most important developments in Java™ since its inception. It is Java's component architecture, which allows components built with Java to be used in graphical programming environments. Graphical development environments let you configure components by specifying aspects of their visual appearance (like the color or label of a button) in addition to the interactions between components (what happens when you click on a...

     231 p cit 25/03/2013 77 2

  • Database programming with JDBC and Java 2nd edition

    Database programming with JDBC and Java 2nd edition

    I began writing the first edition of this book in May 1996 as Java™ celebrated one of its first major rites of passage, the inaugural JavaOne conference. The conference's underlying theme was Java's transition from an applet language to a hard-core computing environment. In the time since that conference, that promise has become a reality. This book captures a small piece of that reality: Java as a language for enterprise computing.

     253 p cit 25/03/2013 89 2

  • Data Structures & Algorithms in Java

    Data Structures & Algorithms in Java

    This book is about data structures and algorithms as used in computer programming. Data structures are ways in which data is arranged in your computer's memory (or stored on disk). Algorithms are the procedures a software program uses to manipulate the data in these structures. Almost every computer program, even a simple one, uses data structures and algorithms. For example, consider a program that prints address labels. The program might...

     526 p cit 25/03/2013 95 2

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