Comprehensive and incremental, this text focuses on rapid Java application development. The early chapters introduces JavaBeans-the basis of rapid Java application development; while subsequent chapters apply-step-by-step- rapid application development techniques to build comprehensive, robust and useful graphics applications, database and client/server applications, and distributed applications.
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He incorporation of Java into computer science curricula has increased the need for an advanced Java text; especially a book aimed at rapid application development for Internet and Web applications using Java. Daniel Liang's book introduces the concepts of JavaBeans, bean event model, model-view control, developing customized components, Swing Components, creating custom layout managers, bean persistence, bound properties and constraint properties, bean introspection and customization, Java database programming, and distributed programming using remote method invocation or CORBA. The reader will find that the main thread of the book, however, is to promote rapid Java application development for developing programs efficiently and effectively.
* Comprehensive coverage provides fundamentals of rapid Java application development
* Hands-on representative examples give detailed step-by-step instruction for building a project using JBuilder's UI Designer, BeansExpress, and a variety of wizards
* The source code of examples is contained on the companion CD-ROM
* Brief overviews, objective lists, and easy-to-follow style of examples provide the reader with the elements to get the most out of the material
* Companion Website available to supplement book prenhall/liang
Y. DANIEL LIANG holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in computer science from Fudan University in Shanghai and a Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Oklahoma. He has published four books, as well as numerous papers in international journals. He has taught Java courses internationally, as well as consulted in the areas of algorithm design, client/server computing, and database management. Dr. Liang is currently an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University at Fort Wayne, where he twice received the Excellence in Research Award from the School of Engineering, Technology, and Computer Science.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130261610