• 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 131 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 92 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 106 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 113 2

  • Core servlets and javaserver pages

    Core servlets and javaserver pages

    In early 1996, I started using the Java programming language for the majority of my software development work. I did some CGI programming and even worked a little with the early servlet versions, but for the most part I did desktop and client-side applications. Over the last couple of years, however, there has been a growing emphasis on server-side applications, so I became more serious about servlets and JavaServer Pages. In the past year,...

     609 p cit 25/03/2013 103 1

  • Core Java 2: Volume I–Fundamentals

    Core Java 2: Volume I–Fundamentals

    In late 1995, the Java programming language burst onto the Internet scene and gained instant celebrity status. The promise of Java is that it will become the universal glue that connects users with information, whether that information comes from Web servers, databases, information providers, and any other imaginable source. Indeed Java is in a unique position to fulfill this promise. It is an extremely solidly engineered language that has...

     783 p cit 25/03/2013 125 2

  • Building Scalable and High-Performance Java™ Web Applications Using J2EE™ Technology

    Building Scalable and High-Performance Java™ Web Applications Using J2EE™ Technology

    When it comes to building Web applications, there are two fundamental problems. One is that there are flat-out too many choices in terms of how to develop them. These days, one can choose from literally hundreds of languages and technologies that claim to make Web application development easier. The other problem is that there is a lack of common knowledge about how to deploy them in a way that yields high performance and scalability—traits...

     292 p cit 25/03/2013 112 2

  • Building Java™ Enterprise Applications Volume I: Architecture

    Building Java™ Enterprise Applications Volume I: Architecture

    If you're basing your livelihood on Java these days, you are going to run across at least one enterprise application programming project; if it hasn't come upon you already, it's just around the corner. I've been faced with more than twenty at this point in my career, and see many more in my future. Each time I get into these projects, I find myself paging through book after book and searching the Web, looking for the same information time...

     274 p cit 25/03/2013 84 2

  • Beginning Programming with Java

    Beginning Programming with Java

    Well, if you want to write computer programs, this book is for you. This book avoids the snobby “of-course-you-already-know” assumptions, and describes computer programming from scratch. The book uses Java — an exciting, relatively new computer programming language. But Java’s subtleties and eccentricities aren’t the book’s main focus. Instead, this book emphasizes a process — the process of creating instructions for a computer...

     408 p cit 25/03/2013 107 2

  • Beginning JavaServer Pages

    Beginning JavaServer Pages

    JavaServer Pages (JSP) is a cross-platform language that generates dynamic Web pages and uses XML-like tags written in Java to create content. With its latest release, version 2.0, JSP has become an even more powerful tool that beginners often find challenging to learn. This book provides you with an accessible introduction to JSP. Packed with real-world code examples and in-depth case studies accompanied by fully working applications, this...

     1297 p cit 25/03/2013 125 1

  • Art of Java Web Development (2004)

    Art of Java Web Development (2004)

    In ancient China (approximately 500 B.C.), Sun Tzu wrote The Art of War. In it, he described the state of the art in warfare. The book took a universal approach, describing wide-ranging topics that related to one another only through how they applied to warfare. In 1961, Julia Child published the classic Mastering the Art of French Cooking. In her book, she described the essentials of mastering French cooking. Her book covered an extensive...

     627 p cit 25/03/2013 119 1

  • Art of Java Web Development

    Art of Java Web Development

    A guide to the topics required for state of the art web development, this book covers wide-ranging topics, including a variety of web development frameworks and best practices. Beginning with coverage of the history of the architecture of web applications, highlighting the uses of the standard web API to create applications with increasingly sophisticated architectures, developers are led through a discussion on the development of industry...

     626 p cit 25/03/2013 139 1

Hướng dẫn khai thác thư viện số