Java jump start : a beginner's guide to Internet programming / Noel Enete.Material type: TextPublication details: Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall PTR,, 1997. ISBN: 0135658543Subject(s): Java (Computer program language) | Internet programmingDDC classification: 005.2762 LOC classification: QA76.73.J38
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1. Introduction -- 2. Having Fun with Java -- 3. Having More Fun with Java -- 4. Passing Data to Programs -- 5. Exploring System Capabilities -- 6. Launching Java Services -- 7. Touching Java Windows -- 8. Animation -- 9. User Input -- 10. Buttons and Things -- 11. Layout Managers -- 12. Standalone Windows -- 13. Sound -- 14. File I/O -- 15. Sockets and a Simple Server -- 16. A Simple Web Server -- 17. A Web Server for Client/Server Programming -- 18. The CaffeineCafe -- Appendix A. How Do I... -- Appendix B. Introduction to the World Wide Web -- Appendix C. Introduction to Java's Virtual Machine -- Appendix D. How to Parse a Java Class File -- Appendix E. Enete Utilities -- Appendix F. Java Resources.
This introduction to programming in JAVA is like nothing you've seen before. Because it will help you to learn the way you're meant to learn - step-by-step. The strategy is simple. Each topic begins with a detailed explanation and is supported by short, working JAVA programs. You'll begin with the basics and then move on to a more complete treatment of standard and advanced JAVA topics. JAVA Jump Start explores the inner workings of a JAVA Web Server, helps readers to understand how to use JAVA to write both the front and back ends of a distributed application, presents techniques for using JAVA classes to replace Web/CGI programs, and includes enough theory and follow-up references to launch readers onto center stage in the JAVA programming community.