Designed to help software professionals understand new technologies impacting on their careers and the way they develop software. As well as Java, the author covers ActiveX, CORBA, RMI, IIOP and other packages, illustrating now new technologies fit into evolving development methodologies.
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Written with the Information Systems professional or general reader in mind, Not Just Java: A Technology Briefing provides an introduction to today's Internet, gives an overview of what's best in Java (though with a distinctly anti-Microsoft spin), and stresses the growing importance of Java technology.
Next, he discusses e-commerce, obviously an area with tremendous potential, and then security on the Internet. Here again, Microsoft technology fails to measure up. A tour of Java as a better object-oriented programming language follows, including additional multimedia Java APIs and JavaBeans (including Enterprise JavaBeans).
Later sections in the book look at today's multitiered distributed architectures and what Java offers for the enterprise, including network and distributed computing. Readers who don't mind strong opinions will appreciate Not Just Java's argumentative approach to what Java is and how it might well transform computing as we know it within the next few years. --Richard DraganFrom the Back Cover:
Not Just Java is the book for everybody who needs to understand why Java and other Internet technologies are taking the software industry by storm. Peter van der Linden, author of the best-selling Just Java, carefully explains each of the key technologies driving the Internet revolution and provides a much-needed perspective on critical topics including:
*Java and its libraries—present and future.
*Security on intranets and the Internet.
*Thin clients, network computers, and webtops.
*Multi-tier client/server systems.
*Software components, objects, and CORBA.
*The evolution and role of intranets.
*JavaBeans' versus ActiveX.
Also included are case studies of leading-edge companies that show how to avoid the pitfalls and how to leverage Java and related technologies for maximum payoff.
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Book Description Prentice-Hall. Book Condition: New. pp. 313. Bookseller Inventory # 5269147
Book Description Prentice Hall Ptr, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0138646384