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Glasgow Beans pick up where JavaBeans 1.0 left off-with their data typing and registry functions, they permit users to access and write to the registry. Developers will use the step-by-step tutorials in this package to understand the innovative model that makes Glasgow perk; write robust applications using the new functionality; create their own Beans using JDK 1,2, and other offerings; and integrate CORBA and COM components on the Web.
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Programming JavaBeans 1.1 gives you at-hand, solutions-real code you can use for getting applications onto the Web. You get clear and detailed instructions for creating Bean components with advanced functionalities! This book gives you everything you need to slash development time--from ready-to-run code to expert, written-for-developers help with interfacing with other technologies. Inside Programming JavaBeans 1.1 you'll find introductions to unfamiliar technology as well as tested, step-by-step solutions for developing Beans that work and play well with others. This complete, professional solutions kit helps you reduce development time and solve complex problems quickly. Covering all the features of this new technology (and giving you work-arounds to deal with the flaws), this book offers Web developers the answers you want in language that's clear, to the point, and written just for you. The McGraw-Hill Web Developer Series was written by developers for developers.
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