An international bestseller for eight years, Just Java™ 2 is the complete, accessible Java tutorial for working programmers at all levels. Fully updated and revised, this sixth edition is more than an engaging overview of Java 2 Standard Edition (J2SE 1.5) and its libraries: it’s also a practical introduction to today’s best enterprise and server-side programming techniques. Just Java™ 2, Sixth Edition, reflects both J2SE 1.5 and the latest Tomcat and servlet specifications. Extensive new coverage includes:...
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All the code examples in this book are coded as Java applets so that they
can be used with Java-enabled Web browsers and published on the Web. At
the time of this writing, the current release of Java is release 1.1.5 with
version 1.2 just appearing as a developer release. Java versions 1.1 and later
add many new features, such as a completely new event model, but many
Web browsers have yet to fully incorporate these new features. Therefore,
the applets in this book are coded to be compatible with the earlier Java
1.0.2 standard so that they work with the widest variety of web browser....
OK, so now you know everything about the language. But can you actually build
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the programmer’s exam. Obviously, they don’t understand how darn difficult the
programmer’s exam actually is, but nonetheless there is something to the claim that,
“just because you know how the compiler and VM work does not mean you can
develop software.” The Developer exam, which is unique in the IT exam world,
lets you answer that question (most often posed by a prospective employer)....
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Assignment Over the next four weeks, we’ll be building an iPhone application for viewing online status updates, also known as “presence” for a list of friends. Just so you know what you’re getting , yourself into, the evolution of the application will be as follows: Part 1: Build a basic application, displaying static data, using view controllers. Allow the user to navigate to see additional detail. Part 2: Use table views to display large, dynamic data sets.