• Java™ NIO

    Java™ NIO

    This book is about advanced input/output on the Java platform, specifically I/O using the Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE) Software Development Kit (SDK), Version 1.4 and later. The 1.4 release of J2SE, code-named Merlin, contains significant new I/O capabilities that we'll explore in detail. These new I/O features are primarily collected in the java.nio package (and its subpackages) and have been dubbed New I/O (NIO). In this book, you'll see...

     254 p cit 26/03/2013 88 2

  • Java network programming

    Java network programming

    ava™'s growth over the last five years has been nothing short of phenomenal. Given Java's rapid rise to prominence and the general interest in networking, it's a little surprising that network programming in Java is still so mysterious to so many. This doesn't have to be. In fact, writing network programs in Java is quite simple, as this book will show. Readers with previous experience in network programming in a Unix, Windows, or Macintosh...

     620 p cit 26/03/2013 157 2

  • Java Message Service

    Java Message Service

    When Java™ was first introduced, most of the IT industry focused on its graphical user interface characteristics and the competitive advantage it offered in terms of distribution and platform independence. Today, the focus has broadened considerably: Java has been recognized as an excellent platform for creating enterprise solutions, specifically for developing distributed server-side applications. This shift has much to do with Java's...

     184 p cit 26/03/2013 148 2

  • Java Extreme Programming Cookbook

    Java Extreme Programming Cookbook

    Anyone involved with the open source community or using open source software knows there are tons of tools available on the market. Keeping up with these tools, and knowing which tools to use and how to use them, is an intimidating road to travel. We hope to simplify your journey by showing concise, useful recipes for some of the more popular open source Java tools on the market today. We show you tools like JUnit, JUnitPerf, Mock Objects...

     273 p cit 26/03/2013 74 2

  • Java Cookbook

    Java Cookbook

    If you know a little Java™, great. If you know more Java, even better! This book is ideal for anyone who knows some Java and wants to learn more. I started programming in C in 1980 while working at the University of Toronto, and C served me quite well through the 1980s and into the 1990s. In 1995, as the nascent language Oak was being renamed Java, I had the good fortune to be told about it by my colleague J. Greg Davidson.

     711 p cit 26/03/2013 74 2

  • Active Directory 2nd Edition

    Active Directory 2nd Edition

    Active Directoy is a common repository for information about objects that reside on the network, such as users and groups, computers and printers, and applications and files. The default Active Directory schema supports numerous attributes for each object class that can be used to store a variety of information. Access Control Lists (ACLs) are also stored with objects, which allow you to maintain permissions for who can access and manage them....

     470 p cit 26/03/2013 143 2

  • ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition

    ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition

    Welcome to ActionScript for Flash MX: The Definitive Guide, Second Edition! This edition sports massive changes from the first edition, with hundreds of pages of new material and exhaustive rewrites that bring old material up to date with best practices for Flash MX. I hope you're as excited to read it as I was to write it!

     1382 p cit 26/03/2013 150 2

  • Access Database Design & Programming, 3rd Edition

    Access Database Design & Programming, 3rd Edition

    Let me begin by thanking all of those readers who have helped to make the first edition of this book so very successful. Also, my sincere thanks go to the many readers who have written some very flattering reviews of the first edition on amazon.com and on O’Reilly’s own web site. Keep them coming. With the recent release of Office 2000, and in view of the many suggestions I have received concerning the first edition of the book, it seemed...

     416 p cit 26/03/2013 30 2

  • Access 2007 The Missing Manual

    Access 2007 The Missing Manual

    Compared to industrial-strength database products such as Microsoft's SQL Server, Access is a breeze to use. It runs on PCs rather than servers and is ideal for small- to mid-sized businesses and households. But Access is still intimidating to learn. It doesn't help that each new version crammed in yet another set of features; so many, in fact, that even the pros don't know where to find them all. Access 2007 breaks this pattern with some of...

     931 p cit 26/03/2013 33 2

  • 802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide

    802.11 Wireless Networks: The Definitive Guide

    Over the past five years, the world has become increasingly mobile. As a result, traditional ways of networking the world have proven inadequate to meet the challenges posed by our new collective lifestyle. If users must be connected to a network by physical cables, their movement is dramatically reduced. Wireless connectivity, however, poses no such restriction and allows a great deal more free movement on the part of the network user. As a...

     335 p cit 26/03/2013 102 2

  • .NET windows forms in a nutshell a destop quick reference

    .NET windows forms in a nutshell a destop quick reference

    Any interactive application must have at least one window through which to present its user interface. In the Windows Forms framework, all such top-level application windows are represented by objects whose types derive from the Form class. As with any user interface element, the Form class inherits from the Control class, but it adds windowing features, such as management of the window border and interaction with the Windows taskbar. All...

     42 p cit 26/03/2013 122 2

  • Java Web Services

    Java Web Services

    When XML was first introduced, it was hailed as the cornerstone of a new kind of technology that would permit interoperable businesses. XML provided a generic way to represent structured and typed data. Even though it has taken several years, XML standards have started to evolve and multiply. As part of this evolution, XML has been incorporated into every facet of application and enterprise development. XML is now a part of operating systems,...

     249 p cit 25/03/2013 131 2

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