Advanced Java Programming

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9780199455508

Publication date:

21/04/2015

Paperback

880 pages

241.0x184.0mm

Price: 1150.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780199455508

Publication date:

21/04/2015

Paperback

880 pages

241.0x184.0mm

First Edition

Uttam K. Roy

Suitable for: Advanced Java Programming is a textbook specially designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of courses in Computer Science Engineering, Information Technology, and Computer Applications.

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

Uttam K. Roy

Description

Advanced Java Programming is a textbook specially designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of courses in Computer Science Engineering, Information Technology, and Computer Applications.

Divided into three parts, the book provides exhaustive coverage of topics taught in advanced Java and other related subjects. It first introduces important language features such as Reflection, JNI, template, AWT and Swing, and Security. The second part primarily focuses on core network programming concepts—sockets, RMI, mail, and XML-RPC. State-of-the-art concepts such as SOAP, Applet, Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Hibernate, JMS, J2EE, JNDI, CORBA, and JSF have been discussed in the last part.

The content is enhanced with numerous illustrations, examples, program codes, and screenshots. With its lucid presentation and inclusion of several real-world examples and codes, the book will be useful for Java professionals as well.

First Edition

Uttam K. Roy

Table of contents

PART I: INSIDE JAVA
Chapter 1: Java Tools
Chapter 2: Exception Handling
Chapter 3: Multi-threading
Chapter 4: Garbage Collection
Chapter 5: Collection Framework
Chapter 6: Generic Programming
Chapter 7: Reflection
Chapter 8: Java Native Interface
Chapter 9: AWT and Swing
Chapter 10: Java and XML
Chapter 11: Input-Output
PART II: NETWORK PROGRAMMING
Chapter 12: Basic Networking
Chapter 13: Socket Programming
Chapter 14: Remote Method Invocation
Chapter 15: Java Mail API
Chapter 16: Applets
Chapter 17: Java XML-RPC
Chapter 18: Java and SOAP
PART III: ENTERPRISE JAVA
Chapter 19: Security
Chapter 20: Servlet
Chapter 21: Java Server Pages
Chapter 22: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
Chapter 23: Hibernate
Chapter 24: Java Naming and Directory Interface
Chapter 25: Java Message Service
Chapter 26: Introduction to J2EE
Chapter 27: Java and CORBA
Chapter 28: Java Server Faces

First Edition

Uttam K. Roy

Features

  • Exhaustive coverage of advanced topics on Java from tools to enterprise Java
  • A wide range of examples along with program codes and screenshots
  • Relevant software installation and configuration information, wherever necessary
  • Keywords, and numerous objective-type questions (with answers) and subjective-type questions for students at the end of all chapters
  • Online Resources
  • The following resources are available to support the faculty and students using this text:
  • For Faculty
  • Chapter-wise PowerPoint slides
  • For students
  • Objective-type questions

Description

Advanced Java Programming is a textbook specially designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of courses in Computer Science Engineering, Information Technology, and Computer Applications.

Divided into three parts, the book provides exhaustive coverage of topics taught in advanced Java and other related subjects. It first introduces important language features such as Reflection, JNI, template, AWT and Swing, and Security. The second part primarily focuses on core network programming concepts—sockets, RMI, mail, and XML-RPC. State-of-the-art concepts such as SOAP, Applet, Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Hibernate, JMS, J2EE, JNDI, CORBA, and JSF have been discussed in the last part.

The content is enhanced with numerous illustrations, examples, program codes, and screenshots. With its lucid presentation and inclusion of several real-world examples and codes, the book will be useful for Java professionals as well.

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Table of contents

PART I: INSIDE JAVA
Chapter 1: Java Tools
Chapter 2: Exception Handling
Chapter 3: Multi-threading
Chapter 4: Garbage Collection
Chapter 5: Collection Framework
Chapter 6: Generic Programming
Chapter 7: Reflection
Chapter 8: Java Native Interface
Chapter 9: AWT and Swing
Chapter 10: Java and XML
Chapter 11: Input-Output
PART II: NETWORK PROGRAMMING
Chapter 12: Basic Networking
Chapter 13: Socket Programming
Chapter 14: Remote Method Invocation
Chapter 15: Java Mail API
Chapter 16: Applets
Chapter 17: Java XML-RPC
Chapter 18: Java and SOAP
PART III: ENTERPRISE JAVA
Chapter 19: Security
Chapter 20: Servlet
Chapter 21: Java Server Pages
Chapter 22: Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
Chapter 23: Hibernate
Chapter 24: Java Naming and Directory Interface
Chapter 25: Java Message Service
Chapter 26: Introduction to J2EE
Chapter 27: Java and CORBA
Chapter 28: Java Server Faces

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