This text takes programmers beyond the basics of Java programming. introducing advanced Java techniques and programming nuances that should enable experienced Java and C++ programmers to create Java applications and effects. Written for programmers eager to exploit Java's maximum potential, this book includes advice on much debated topics including developing GUIs in Java, creating reusable client/server programs and writing programs which provide fast and effective interactivity with Web browsers. The accompanying CD-ROM includes source codes and ready to run Java applets.
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Featuring hard-to-find details on developing sophisticated Java apps. When Sun Microsystems introduced the online community to Java, programmers scrambled to learn about the language that's revolutionizing Web sites. This is the first book to take you beyond the basics, introducing programming nuances and advanced techniques that can unleash Java's considerable potential. Written by two Sun insiders intimately familiar with Java, this unique reference tool shows you how to: Develop full-featured GUIs in Java; Write applets that interact directly with browsers; Create reuseable custom AWT widgets; Implement multithreading applications; Write code that interacts with CGI programs; Use Java for client-server applications; Introduce new protocols; Create file access-control lists; And much more! Containing nearly 16,000 lines of printed source code (also on the accompanying CD-ROM, along with javadoc-generate HTML documentation, additional applets, and test programs), this timely reference empahsizes reusability. It also covers many of the more subtle, and useful, classes in Java's rich developer's kit. Full of real-world answers to the programming questions that software developers most frequently put to the expert authors, this book is chock full of the information you need today, tomorrow, and for many Java-filled years to come!
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Book Description The McGraw-Hill Company. Book Condition: New. pp. 476. Bookseller Inventory # 5781410