Learning Java 3rd Edition (2005) ebook free download

 

Learning Java 3rd Edition (2005) ebook free download

Learning Java 3rd Edition (2005) ebook free download

Learning Java 3rd Edition (2005) ebook free download

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Learning Java, 3rd Edition
By Jonathan Knudsen, Patrick Niemeyer
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Publisher: O’Reilly
Pub Date: May 2005
ISBN: 0-596-00873-2
Pages: 976

Description:

Learning Java, 3rd Edition

Version 5.0 of the Java 2 Standard Edition SDK is the most important upgrade since Java first appeared a decade ago. With Java 5.0, you’ll not only find substantial changes in the platform, but to the language itself-something that developers of Java took five years to complete. The main goal of Java 5.0 is to make it easier for you to develop safe, powerful code, but none of these improvements makes Java any easier to learn, even if you’ve programmed with Java for years. And that means our bestselling hands-on tutorial takes on even greater significance.

Learning Java is the most widely sought introduction to the programming language that’s changed the way we think about computing. Our updated third edition takes an objective, no-nonsense approach to the new features in Java 5.0, some of which are drastically different from the way things were done in any previous versions. The most essential change is the addition of “generics”, a feature that allows developers to write, test, and deploy code once, and then reuse the code again and again for different data types. The beauty of generics is that more problems will be caught during development, and Learning Java will show you exactly how it’s done.

Java 5.0 also adds more than 1,000 new classes to the Java library. That means 1,000 new things you can do without having to program it in yourself. That’s a huge change. With our book’s practical examples, you’ll come up to speed quickly on this and other new features such as loops and threads. The new edition also includes an introduction to Eclipse, the open source IDE that is growing in popularity.

Learning Java, 3rd Edition addresses all of the important uses of Java, such as web applications, servlets, and XML that are increasingly driving enterprise applications. The accompanying CD includes the Java 5.0 SDK for Windows, Linux and Solaris, plus the Eclipse IDE, the NetBeans IDE, and the many example programs from the book.

Content:

  1. Chapter 1 A Modern Language
    1. Enter Java
    2. A Virtual Machine
    3. Java Compared with Other Languages
    4. Safety of Design
    5. Safety of Implementation
    6. Application and User-Level Security
    7. Java and the Web
    8. Java as a General Application Language
    9. A Java Road Map
  2. Chapter 2 A First Application
    1. Java Tools and Environment
    2. HelloJava
    3. HelloJava2: The Sequel
    4. HelloJava3: The Button Strikes!
    5. HelloJava4: Netscape’s Revenge
    6. Troubleshooting
  3. Chapter 3 Tools of the Trade
    1. The Java VM
    2. Running Java Applications
    3. The Classpath
    4. The Java Compiler
    5. JAR Files
    6. Policy Files
  4. Chapter 4 The Java Language
    1. Text Encoding
    2. Comments
    3. Types
    4. Statements and Expressions
    5. Exceptions
    6. Assertions
    7. Arrays
  5. Chapter 5 Objects in Java
    1. Classes
    2. Methods
    3. Object Creation
    4. Object Destruction
    5. Enumerations
  6. Chapter 6 Relationships Among Classes
    1. Subclassing and Inheritance
    2. Interfaces
    3. Packages and Compilation Units
    4. Visibility of Variables and Methods
    5. Arrays and the Class Hierarchy
    6. Inner Classes
  7. Chapter 7 Working with Objects and Classes
    1. The Object Class
    2. The Class Class
    3. Reflection
    4. Annotations
  8. Chapter 8 Generics
    1. Containers: Building a Better Mousetrap
    2. Enter Generics
    3. “There Is No Spoon”
    4. Parameterized Type Relationships
    5. Casts
    6. Writing Generic Classes
    7. Bounds
    8. Wildcards
    9. Generic Methods
    10. Arrays of Parameterized Types
    11. Case Study: The Enum Class
    12. Case Study: The sort() Method
    13. Conclusion
  9. Chapter 9 Threads
    1. Introducing Threads
    2. Threading an Applet
    3. Synchronization
    4. Scheduling and Priority
    5. Thread Groups
    6. Thread Performance
    7. Concurrency Utilities
    8. Conclusion
  10. Chapter 10 Working with Text
    1. Text-Related APIs
    2. Strings
    3. Internationalization
    4. Parsing and Formatting Text
    5. Printf-Style Formatting
    6. Formatting with the java.text Package
    7. Regular Expressions
  11. Chapter 11 Core Utilities
    1. Math Utilities
    2. Dates and Times
    3. Timers
    4. Collections
    5. Properties
    6. The Preferences API
    7. The Logging API
    8. Observers and Observables
  12. Chapter 12 Input/Output Facilities
    1. Streams
    2. Files
    3. Serialization
    4. Data Compression
    5. The NIO Package
  13. Chapter 13 Network Programming
    1. Sockets
    2. Datagram Sockets
    3. Simple Serialized Object Protocols
    4. Remote Method Invocation
    5. Scalable I/O with NIO
  14. Chapter 14 Programming for the Web
    1. Uniform Resource Locators (URLs)
    2. The URL Class
    3. Talking to Web Applications
    4. Web Services
  15. Chapter 15 Web Applications and Web Services
    1. Web Application Technologies
    2. Web Applications
    3. WAR Files and Deployment
    4. Servlet Filters
    5. Building WAR Files with Ant
    6. Implementing Web Services
  16. Chapter 16 Swing
    1. Components
    2. Events
    3. Event Summary
    4. The AWT Robot!
    5. Multithreading in Swing
  17. Chapter 17 Using Swing Components
    1. Buttons and Labels
    2. Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
    3. Lists and Combo Boxes
    4. The Spinner
    5. Borders
    6. Menus
    7. Pop-up Menus
    8. The JScrollPane Class
    9. The JSplitPane Class
    10. The JTabbedPane Class
    11. Scrollbars and Sliders
    12. Dialogs
  18. Chapter 18 More Swing Components
    1. Text Components
    2. Focus Navigation
    3. Tables
    4. Desktops
    5. Pluggable Look-and-Feel
    6. Creating Custom Components
  19. Chapter 19 Layout Managers
    1. FlowLayout
    2. GridLayout
    3. BorderLayout
    4. BoxLayout
    5. CardLayout
    6. GridBagLayout
    7. Nonstandard Layout Managers
    8. Absolute Positioning
    9. SpringLayout
  20. Chapter 20 Drawing with the 2D API
    1. The Big Picture
    2. The Rendering Pipeline
    3. A Quick Tour of Java 2D
    4. Filling Shapes
    5. Stroking Shape Outlines
    6. Using Fonts
    7. Displaying Images
    8. Drawing Techniques
    9. Printing
  21. Chapter 21 Working with Images and Other Media
    1. Loading Images
    2. Producing Image Data
    3. Filtering Image Data
    4. Saving Image Data
    5. Simple Audio
    6. Java Media Framework
  22. Chapter 22 JavaBeans
    1. What’s a Bean?
    2. The NetBeans IDE
    3. Properties and Customizers
    4. Event Hookups and Adapters
    5. Binding Properties
    6. Building Beans
    7. Limitations of Visual Design
    8. Serialization Versus Code Generation
    9. Customizing with BeanInfo
    10. Hand-Coding with Beans
    11. BeanContext and BeanContextServices
    12. The Java Activation Framework
    13. Enterprise JavaBeans
  23. Chapter 23 Applets
    1. The Politics of Applets
    2. The JApplet Class
    3. Using the Java Plug-in
    4. Java Web Start
    5. Using Digital Signatures
    6. Conclusion
  24. Chapter 24 XML
    1. A Bit of Background
    2. XML Basics
    3. SAX
    4. DOM
    5. XPath
    6. XInclude
    7. Validating Documents
    8. JAXB and Code Generation
    9. Transforming Documents with XSL/XSLT
    10. Web Services
    11. The End of the Book
  1. Appendix A The Eclipse IDE
    1. The IDE Wars
    2. Getting Started with Eclipse
    3. Using Eclipse
    4. Eclipse Features
    5. Conclusion
  2. Appendix B BeanShell: Simple Java Scripting
    1. Running BeanShell
    2. Java Statements and Expressions
    3. BeanShell Commands
    4. Scripted Methods and Objects
    5. Changing the Classpath
    6. Learning More . . .
  3. Glossary
  4. Colophon

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