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Be among the first to capture an early look at the libraries of Java SE 6, aka Mustang. While J2SE 5.0 is just now starting to become regularly adopted, Java 6 Platform Revealed takes a look at the next release of the Standard Edition platform to come from Sun.
New editions of the platform don?t happen that frequently, but when they do, there is a lot to learn about quickly. If you want to come up to speed on the feature set as quickly as possible, Java 6 Platform Revealed will place you well ahead of the pack. You?ll find 10 chapters of how to use the JSR implementations and library improvements that are now a part of Mustang. You?ll learn about the scripting features of AWT and Swing, like splash screens, system tray access, and table sorting and filtering and lots more. What you won?t find in Java 6 Platform Revealed is a getting started with Java tutorial. Come prepared with a good working knowledge of Java 5 platform for best results.
Not only will you see what's in Java's future, but you?ll learn how to actually use many of the new features of the platform quickly. Table of Contents Java SE 6 at a Glance Language and Utility Updates I/O, Networking, and Security Updates AWT and Swing Updates JDBC 4.0 Extensible Markup Language (XML) Web Services The Java Compiler API Scripting and JSR 223 Pluggable Annotation Processing Updates
Pick up a copy of Java 6 Platform Revealed--the first book that covers the latest updates and additions to Java 6 SE. It also details new APIs like JDBC 4, multi-Java scripting language support, annotation refinement, and much more. You can be sure this is a top-notch, highly useful book, as it's written by acclaimed Java industry expert John Zukowski.
Written by acclaimed Java industry expert Zukowski, this is the first book that covers the latest updates and additions to Java 6 SE. It also details new APIs like JDBC 4, multi-Java scripting language support, annotation refinement, and much more.
This first book on Java 6 reveales all the latest, emerging new updates, additions, and new API such as JDBC 4, multi-Java scripting language support, annotation refinement, and much more. It's written by highly acclaimed Java industry luminary, John Zukowski.
Table of Contents
Java SE 6 at a Glance.- Lang and Utility Updates.- I/O, Networking, and Security Updates.- AWT and Swing Updates.- JDBC 4.0 / JSR 221.- XML.- Web Services.- Java Compiler API / JSR 199.- Scripting / JSR 223.- Pluggable Annotation Processing / JSR 269.- javadoc updates.- Participation and Licensing.