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The Java Developer's Toolkit

ISBN: 978-0-471-16519-4
383 pages
November 1996
The Java Developer
Quickly master second-generation Java programming

If you are a Java programmer who can't wait to tackle the new, more sophisticated generation of Java programming, The Java Developer's Toolkit is for you. The book and its companion Web site get you up and running quickly with all the knowledge and skills you need to master the latest Java features and programming tools. The Java Developer's Toolkit answers all your questions about:

  • Networking interfaces, native methods, and the Virtual Machine
  • Applications and the java.lang package
  • Programming graphics and sound applets
  • Abstract Window toolkit, layout managers, components, and containers
  • Events and event handling
  • Multithreading and thread synchronization
  • Java I/O and the java.lang.io package
  • Java networking and distributed processing
  • Database and shopping-cart applications

Make sure to visit The Java Developer's Toolkit portion of the Wiley Web site, where you'll find:

  • Reusable Java applets and components
  • Links to Java tool and code library developers' sites

Visit our Web site at: http://www.wiley.com/compbooks/

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Politics and the Java Language.

Getting Ready to Brew.

Teach Yourself Object-Oriented Programming Java in 21 Minutes.

Simple Java Applications and the java.lang Package.

Applets.

Inside AWT.

A Tangled Web: Java Multithreading The Java.I/O Package.

Java Networking.

Native Methods.

Internet Capitalism: Shopping Carts and Databases.

The Future.

Index.

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JOSHUA MARKETOS is a programmer and graphic artist with Opal Data Technologies where he designs and develops networked database and hypertext applications. He is Director of Research and Development at the AS220/SMT project, a state-sponsored Internet and computer education facility based in Providence, Rhode Island.
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