As an experienced developer on the Java platform, you undoubtedly know how fast moving and comprehensive the platform is. Its many application programming interfaces (APIs) provide a wealth of functionality for all aspects of application and system-level programming.
Although there are many good books and online documents that detail all the parameters of an API, finding a book that brings these APIs together and uses them to solve an advanced business problem has always been a challenge. This book fills that void by presenting the design, development, test, deployment, and debugging phases for an enterprise-worthy auction application. It is not purely a reference for the Java APIs, but a practical, hands-on guide to building successful projects with the Java platform. Like any good handbook on your car or house, it includes an entire section on what to do if things do not go so well. You will find sections that detail everything from what steps to take when troubleshooting bugs to tips on performance.
Table of Contents
- Matching Project Requirements with Technology
- Auction House Application
- Data and Transaction Management
- Distributed Computing
- Java Native Interface (JNI) Technology
- Project Swing: Building a User Interface
- Debugging Applets, Applications, and Servlets
- Performance Techniques
- Deploying the Auction Application
- More Security Topics
File size: 2.90 MB
Number of pages: 400
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