Java 1.1 Developer's Guide

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Written by a highly technical and experienced Web programmer, this detailed guide uses many illustrations and examples to show users how to exploit Java to develop real-world applications. It's a must-have resource for experienced Web developers.
  • Explore the Java interface, Java in client/server environments, debugging, VRML extensions, network programming, protocol handlers, Java and the World Wide Web, and more
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Overview

Written by a highly technical and experienced Web programmer, this detailed guide uses many illustrations and examples to show users how to exploit Java to develop real-world applications. It's a must-have resource for experienced Web developers.
  • Explore the Java interface, Java in client/server environments, debugging, VRML extensions, network programming, protocol handlers, Java and the World Wide Web, and more
  • CD-ROM contains Sun's JDK v1.1, Visual Caf Lite from Symantec, a variety of third-party applets, and source code
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A thorough reference for Java 1.1, covering all the details of the Java language and the JDK 1.1 API. The CD-ROM contains trial software. This hefty second edition is updated to match the latest Java release, and includes material on the Java paradigm, new technical chapters, and new sections on database architecture and implementation of distributed applications. For programmers new to Java. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575212838
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 4/20/1997
  • Series: Sams.net Developer's Guide Ser.
  • Edition description: 2ND BK&CDR
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1100
  • Product dimensions: 7.67 (w) x 9.44 (h) x 2.52 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I Introduction to Java
1 The Java Phenomenon 3
2 Java Overview 11
3 Using the Java Development Kit 25
Pt. II Programming in Java
4 First Programs: Hello World! to BlackJack 47
5 Classes and Objects 89
6 Interfaces 123
7 Exceptions 145
8 Multithreading 159
9 Using the Debugger 173
10 Automating Software Documentation 187
11 Language Summary 199
Pt. III Using the Java API
12 Portable Software and the java.lang Packages 217
13 Stream-Based Input/Output and the java.io Package 243
14 Useful Tools in the java.util and java.math Packages 283
15 Window Programming with the java.awt Packages 309
16 Web Programming with the java.applet Package 329
17 Network Programming with the java.net Package 343
18 Building Distributed Applications with the java.rmi Packages 371
19 Connecting to Databases with the java.sql Package 385
20 Security and the java.security Packages 405
21 Internationalization and the java.text Package 425
22 Building Reusable Components with java.beans 441
Pt. IV Window Programming
23 Opening Windows 461
24 Organizing Window Programs 481
25 Menus, Buttons, and Dialog Boxes 513
26 Checkboxes, Choices, and Lists 539
27 Text and Fonts 553
28 The Canvas 573
29 Scrollbars 593
30 Printing 615
31 Using the Clipboard 627
32 Using Animation 639
33 The Future of AWT 651
Pt. V Network Programming
34 Client Programs 659
35 Server Programs 677
36 Content Handlers 691
37 Protocol Handlers 699
38 Using Jeeves 705
39 Working with the Java Management API 723
Pt. VI Web Programming
40 Sample Applets 733
41 Developing Applets 749
42 Using.jar Files and Signed Applets 755
43 Working with Netscape's LiveConnect 773
44 Using JavaBeans 783
45 Java Commerce 807
46 Server-Side Web Programming with Java 813
47 Java Broadcasting and Castanet 821
Pt. VII Database Programming
48 Database Fundamentals 843
49 Using JDBC 859
50 Integrating Database Support into Web Applications 881
Pt. VIII Developing Distributed Applications
51 Distributed Applications Architecture 903
52 Remote Method Invocation 915
53 Using Object Serialization 933
54 Java IDL and ORBs 943
55 Network Computers and JavaStation 951
Pt. IX Extending Java
56 Java Platform and Extensions 963
57 Java Development Tools 969
58 The JavaOS 975
59 Creating Native Methods 983
60 Java Security 991
App. A Differences Between Java and C++ 1003
App. B Moving C/C++ Legacy Code to Java 1011
Index 1019
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