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Web Enabled Commercial Application Development Using: Java 2.0

Ivan Bayross

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ISBN 10: 8176563560 / ISBN 13: 9788176563567
Published by BPB Publications, 2006
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The book has been written to give an excellent grounding to those who wish to Learn application development using JDK 2.x. Like all his earlier Books this also has several illustrative examples, which have a logical link them. Each set of examples helping build skills that will take the reader to the next set of examples, which in turn lead upwards until a strong Programming foundation using JDK 2.X has been established. Each topic is very liberally sprinkled with example that are mapped to applications, which fit in the real world. All the example code is on the enclosed CD-ROM, which also contains several other goodies, which would be useful if you are looking at working on the Internet as a way of life. Most of the stuff on the CD-ROM can definitely be used to enhance your Web skills. Mr. Bayross Believes that this book is focused on addressing the skill building of an individual from entry level to Intermediate and in some areas such as JDBC and RMI beyond the intermediate level. Contents I. INTRODUCTION TO JAVA : 1. History of Java 2. Features of Java : i. Java Applets ii. Java Servlets 3. Sun Microsystems Official Definition of Java 4. Java and the World Wide Web 5. Java System Architecture : i. Pre Compiling Java Source Code ii. The Compiled Code 6. Enabling Java Virtual Machine in Netscape Navigator 7. Enabling Java Virtual Machine in Internet Explorer 8. Java Environment-How it Works 9. Tools Used with Java : i. Java Development Kit (JDK) ii. Working with Javac Self Review Questions II. OBJECT-ORIENTED Programming : 1. Classes and Objects 2. Properties and Methods : i. Methods 3. Inheritance : i. Advantages of Inheritance 4. Multiple Inheritance 5. Method Overloading Self Review Questions III. JAVA CLASSES : 1. Defining Classes in Java 2. Types of Classes in Java : i. Public Class ii. Private Class iii. Final Class iv. Abstract Class 3. Scope Rules 4. Access Modifier : i. Public Access ii. Private Access iii. Protected Access 5. Instantiating Objects from a Class 6. Invoking a Method of a Class 7. Inheritance 8. How Java Finds Classes at Runtime 8. Java Interfaces : i. Defining an Interface 9. Implementing Interfaces : 10. Java Packages : i. Package Levels ii. Creating Packages iii. Default Package iv. Using Packages 11. Java Variables and Data Types 12. The String Class : i. String Comparisons ii. String Concatenating iii. Substrings iv. Finding Length Using Length() Method v. Retrieving Individual Characters in a String 13. Java Control Statements : i. If Statements ii. Switch Statement iii. Loops iv. Break and Continue Statements 14. Java Operators : i. Arithmetic Operators ii. Assignment Operators iii. Increment and Decrement iv. Comparison Operators v. Logical Operators 15. Arrays : i. Declaring an Array ii. Creating Array Objects iii. Accessing Array Elements 16. Vectors : i. Working with Vectors ii. Adding Elements to a Vector iii. Accessing Vector Elements iv. Removing Elements from a Vector v. Searching for Elements in a Vector vi. Working with the Size of the Vector Self Review Questions IV. JAVA PROGRAMS : 1. Java Applications 2. Java Applets : i. Applets in a Browser-How Does it Work? 3. Java Servlets 4. The Life Cycle of a Servlet 5. Java Servlet Development Kit Installation [JSDK] 6. Self Review Questions10 V. JAVA APPLETS : 1. Applet Security Restrictions 2. Life Cycle of a Java Applet : i. Initialization ii. Starting iii. Stopping iv. Destroying v. Painting 3. Creating a Java Applet Printed Pages: 976. Bookseller Inventory # 51868

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Title: Web Enabled Commercial Application ...

Publisher: BPB Publications

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Softcover

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