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The Java(tm) Tutorial Continued: The Rest of the JDK(TM)by Mary Campione
Synopses & Reviews
The Java(tm) Tutorial Continued provides accurate, up-to-date coverage of features added to the original core Java platform. Written by the experts, The Java Tutorial Continued employs a hands-on, self-paced, example-driven approach. This book concentrates on JDK 1.2 APIs but also contains the information you need to use the JDK 1.1 versions of the APIs.
The tutorial books, including this book and The Java Tutorial, are the definitive programmers' guides to the core JDK. This book covers a broad spectrum of JDK features, including:
The accompanying CD-ROM contains all the material from both The Java Tutorial and The Java Tutorial Continued in HTML, including the source code for all of the examples. The CD-ROM also has much more, including the JDK and everything you need to start programming with JDK 1.2.
You will come away from this tutorial with an excellent conceptual understanding of the JDK, along with the practical know-how to put the Java platform to work for you.
Book News Annotation:
A collection of tutorials written by Java team members covering application programming interfaces (APIs) not present in the Java platform's first release. Features discussed include 2D graphics and sound, interface definition language, remote method invocation, and computer security. The CD-ROM contains a number of development kits, some programming and API documentation, products such as the HotJava Browser and Java Plug-In, and various application specifications. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (firstname.lastname@example.org)
System requirements for computer laser optical disc: Microsoft Windows NT/95 running on Intel (or compatible) x86; Macintosh System 7.5 on PowerPC or Motorola 68030 (or better); Java development tools. Includes bibliographical references and index.
About the Author
Mary Campione was formerly a senior technical writer at Sun Microsystems, where she started writing about the Java platform in 1995. Mary graduated from California Polytechnic, San Luis Obispo, with a B.S. in Computer Science and has worked as both a technical writer and programmer. Kathy Walrath is a senior technical writer on the Swing team at Sun Microsystems. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley, with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Kathy wrote extensively about Unix, Mach, and NextStep. Since 1993, Kathy has been writing specifications and how-to guides for the Java platform.
Alison Huml is a technical writer at Sun Microsystems, where she joined The Java Tutorial team in 1997 and also works with the Security team. Alison received her B.A. in English from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently pursuing her master's degree in Computer Science at Mills College.
Table of Contents
Overview of JDK Features.
Lesson 1 A Day in the Life.
Lesson 2 All Things New with JDK 1.2.
Lesson 3 Features Roadmap.
Lesson 4 Introduction.
Lesson 5 Interfaces.
Lesson 6 Implementations.
Lesson 7 Algorithms.
Lesson 8 Custom Implementations.
Lesson 9 Interoperability.
Working with Java 2D Graphics.
Lesson 10 Overview of the Java 2D API.
Lesson 11 Displaying Graphics with Graphics2D.
Lesson 12 Manipulating and Displaying Images.
Lesson 13 Printing.
Lesson 14 Playing Sounds.
Lesson 15 Java Sound Engine Integration.
Lesson 16 Common Problems (and Their Solutions).
JavaBeans: Java Platform Components.
Lesson 17 JavaBeans Concepts and Development Kit.
Lesson 18 Using the BeanBox.
Lesson 19 Writing a SimpleBean.
Lesson 20 Properties.
Lesson 21 Manipulating Events in the BeanBox.
Lesson 22 The BeanInfo Interface.
Lesson 23 Bean Customization.
Lesson 24 Bean Persistence.
JDBC Database Access.
Lesson 25 JDBC Basics.
Lesson 26 New Features in the JDBC 2.0 API.
Programming with Java IDL.
Lesson 27 Introducing Java IDL.
Lesson 28 The Hello Client-Server Example.
Lesson 29 Java IDL Summary.
Using Java RMI.
Lesson 30 An Overview of RMI Applications.
Lesson 31 Writing an RMI Server.
Lesson 32 Creating A Client Program.
Lesson 33 Compiling and Running the Example.
Lesson 34 Overview of Servlets.
Lesson 35 Interacting with Clients.
Lesson 36 The Life Cycle of a Servlet.
Lesson 37 Saving Client State.
Lesson 38 The servletrunner Utility.
Lesson 39 Running Servlets.
Lesson 40 Security Features Overview.
Lesson 41 Quick Tour of Controlling Applets.
Lesson 42 Quick Tour of Controlling Applications.
Lesson 43 Secure Code and File Exchanges.
Lesson 44 Tools to Sign Code and Grant Permissions.
Lesson 45 Tools for Exchanging Files.
Lesson 46 Generating and Verifying Signatures.
Lesson 47 Implementing Your Own Permission.
The Java Archive (JAR) File Format.
Lesson 48 Using JAR Files: The Basics.
Lesson 49 Signing and Verifying JAR Files.
Lesson 50 Using JAR-Related APIs Introduced in 1.2.
The Java Extension Mechanism.
Lesson 51 Creating and Using Extensions.
Lesson 52 Setting Extension Security Privileges.
Using the Java Native Interface.
Lesson 53 Overview of the JNI.
Lesson 54 Writing a Java Program with Native Methods.
Lesson 55 Integrating Java and Native Programs.
Lesson 56 Interacting with Java from the Native Side.
Lesson 57 Invoking the Java Virtual Machine.
Lesson 58 Summary of the JNI.
The Reflection API.
Lesson 59 Examining Classes.
Lesson 60 Manipulating Objects.
Lesson 61 Working with Arrays.
Lesson 62 Summary of Classes.
Lesson 63 Understanding Garbage Collection.
Lesson 64 All About Reference Objects.
Appendix A: Code Examples.
Appendix B: Reference.
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