This volume covers Java development. It provides breadth and context for understanding how and why Java is useful, and it provides techniques for overcoming frustrating Java performance bottlenecks. The book also gives insights into Java's current and future position in software programming. Each chapter presents a different expert programmer's insights into topics, such as how to move C++ to Java, to develop the appropriate user interface, to design strategies for architecting and integrating Java in client/server applications, to use garbage collection to increase Java's speed, and to understand the nuances of the language itself. Key topics include: GUI - Java-user interface design, the Java AWT (Abstract Window Toolkit); porting - moving from C++ to Java, porting Windows apps to Java, calling native code; performance - tuning Java performance, garbage collection and increased speed; database development - JDBC client and server; distributed objects - CORBA and Java. The "Programmer's Resource" series is a resource for the most useful programming tools and techniques in specific areas. The books are designed to increase the proficiency and productivity of all software developers providing technniques to harness the maximum potential of development tools. These techniques and methods are gathered from writers from programming journals, including "Dr Dobb's Journal", "Dr Dobb's Sourcebook", "C/C++ Users Journal", "Web Techniques" and "Web Developer's "Journal".
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Book Description Backbeat Books, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0879304995