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Advanced Internet Applications with Java (2nd Edition) - Gittleman Java Series

by: Arthur Gittleman

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Publisher: SCOTT JONES PUBLISHI,

Category: JAVA Level:

ISBN: 1576760960
ISBN13: 9781576760963

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Problem: Some Java books give you great content, but not the pedagogy you need in a teaching tool. Other Java books give you great pedagogy, but suspect content. How can you get the best of both worlds?


  Solution: Art Gittleman gives you both extensive content and sound pedagogy.


  Pedagogy:

Annotated Example Programs - Almost two hundred complete programs are annotated with informative notes. These notes appear after the program, separated from the textual sections, which explain the concepts. Students do not have to search through the text to find an explanation of a line of code. The notes also eliminate the need for detailed embedded comments which make the Java code hard to read.


  Exercises - Java is not a spectator sport!

Test Your Understanding exercises provide an immediate opportunity to use the ideas presented. Some, labeled Try It Yourself encourage the learner to experiment with the examples, modifying them to better understand the principles involved. Program Modification Exercises ·because much of a professional programmer's work involves modifying existing code. Putting It All Together Exercises revisit examples from previous chapters in the light of the new ideas in the current chapter. Program Design Exercises appear in quantity to provide a variety of assignments at varying levels of difficulty to enable students to gain hands-on experience with the concepts covered. Critical Thinking Exercises provide multiple choice questions, which force students to think about the concepts. Debugging Exercises include finding both logic and syntax errors.


  The Big Picture

Big Picture boxes, throughout each book, help students distinguish the conceptual 'forest' from the syntactical 'trees'.


  Content:

Programs

The programs in any of Gittleman's Java books will run in any environment that supports the Java 2 Platform. (In the Java numbering scheme the version must be 1.2 or higher.)


  Software Engineering

Gittleman integrates software engineering throughout each of his texts: program design with pseudocode; debugging techniques. Solving Problems with Java illustrate software-engineering principles in the context of solving problems.


  Case Studies develop extended examples, like students will see in the real world.


  Cases, scenarios, and UML are introduced and used in every Gittleman text.


  Event-driven programming is introduced gradually and thoroughly·it's not an afterthought, as in many Java texts.


  Praise from Colleagues:

'(Objects to Components) is the best book I have seen so far in Java books. I like your sense of humor, interesting examples, assorted end of chapter problems, non threatening and easy-to-follow book.'

- Teresa Park, Texas State Tech College


  TABLES OF CONTENTS


      Advanced Java ·Internet Applications, Second Edition

Advanced: introductory Java prerequisite

1. Preliminaries, includes material, which may be postponed until needed in later chapters: exception handling, ( may be review) threads, and concurrent programming.

2. Networking.

3. Java Database Connectivity contains a thorough guide to databases using Java.

4. Servlets and JavaServer Pages, shows how to add functionality to a web server.

5. Swing, presents the Swing components for building graphical user interfaces.

6. Java ADO, provides the tools to make fabulous presentations incorporating text and graphics.

7. Internationalization, treats number, currency, date and time formatting, collation, localizing user interfaces, and message formatting.

8. Multimedia, covers animation and sound, and introduces the Java Media Framework.

9. Java Beans, covers JavaBeans, components that can be configured and combined using a visual application building tool.

10. Enterprise JavaBeans, treats the new and popular Enterprise JavaBeans, using the J2EE reference implementation from Sun.

11. Collections, covers collections, sets, lists, maps, and iterators

12. Security and the Java Virtual Machine, discusses the use of a security manager, policy files, and digital signatures.

13. XML includes SAX and DOM parsing, XSLT stylesheets, and the easy SOAP approach for web services.

14. Programming Mobile Devices, uses the Java 2 Micro Edition to program cell phone applications

15. Jini and JavaSpaces, provides simple examples to illustrate these innovative technologies.

16. JSP Tags

17. Messaging and Naming graphics and low-level events.


  Student Materials

Source code/data disk; answers to even numbered Test-your-understanding questions. Java Development Kit, version 2.


  Instructor Materials

Solutions disk for programming exercises.