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Not Just Java is an insightful, up-to-the-minute briefing for IT professionals who need an executive summary of Java's impact on the Web, intranets, and E-commerce, as well as the role it will play in lowering the cost of computing. Understand how Java changes everything and more importantly, how it will affect your IT organization. Explore the Java strategies of key players in the industry, including Sun, Microsoft, IBM and H-P. Gain much-needed perspective on these and other critical issues: How are leading ...
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Overview

Not Just Java is an insightful, up-to-the-minute briefing for IT professionals who need an executive summary of Java's impact on the Web, intranets, and E-commerce, as well as the role it will play in lowering the cost of computing. Understand how Java changes everything and more importantly, how it will affect your IT organization. Explore the Java strategies of key players in the industry, including Sun, Microsoft, IBM and H-P. Gain much-needed perspective on these and other critical issues: How are leading companies using Java today for competitive advantage? How does Java fit with DHTML, XML, JavaScript and other internet technologies? What Java libraries are available now, in JDK 1.2 - and what's still on the way? What's your best strategy for component development with Java? How secure is Java, compared to other alternatives?
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New edition of a briefing for IT professionals who need an executive summary of Java's impact on the Web, intranets, and E- commerce, as well as the role it will play in lowering the cost of computing. Coverage includes: the major players in the computer industry and their Java strategies; how Java fits with DHTML, XML, and other Internet technologies; what Java libraries are available; component development with Java; and the security of Java as compared with the alternatives. The author is a Java programmer and an employee of the language's developer, Sun Microsystems. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780130796608
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 10/20/1998
  • Series: Sun Microsystems Press Series
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 7.06 (w) x 9.26 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Industry Trends for the New Millennium 3
Ch. 2 The Internet and TCP/IP 25
Ch. 3 The World Wide Web 43
Ch. 4 Programming Techniques in a Browser 65
Ch. 5 Java Applets 89
Ch. 6 The Internet and E-Commerce 119
Ch. 7 Distributed Processing Security Issues 139
Ch. 8 Java Language Specifics 167
Ch. 9 Java Libraries 207
Ch. 10 Client/Server and the Intranet 235
Ch. 11 Network Computers 259
Ch. 12 Component Software, Enterprise Computing, and Databases 285
Ch. 13 Conclusions 313
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2000

    Java's performance doesn't suck

    Highly recommended because van der Linden is a wonderful, entertaining writer who makes sense. In response to the other review, Java has very good performance in an enterprise, networked application environment. The limitations aren't with Java, it's with your network! As for Microsoft, they are trashed because they *deserve* to be trashed. Their buggy, bloated, proprietary model of development is ten years behind the times and this book explains why. I guess van der Linden struck a nerve, huh? You'll notice that Java is growing exponentially while Visual Basic and Visual C++ are static or dying.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 24, 2000

    Good industry insight

    Good analysis of the computer industry as it relates to recent developments in software

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