- Written by one of the lead architects of JBuilder, this authoritative book uncovers all of the power techniques that developers will need to know in order to build large-scale Java applications
- Offers readers the most current information in the field, including in-depth coverage of JBuilder 8
- Explores distributed applications development, RMI applications, and local and remote debugging
- Illustrates how to develop, test, and deploy Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs)
- Companion Web site includes source code from the book and useful links with updated information
Part 1: JBuilder as an Integrated Development Environment.
Chapter 1: Installing JBuilder.
Chapter 2: Customizing the AppBrowser.
Chapter 3: Controlling Java Configurations.
Chapter 4: Project Properties and Configurations.
Chapter 5: Debugging with JBuilder.
Chapter 6: Using the JBuilder Help System.
Part 2: JBuilder as a Rapid Application Development Tool.
Chapter 7: Creating Classes.
Chapter 8: Modifying Classes.
Part 3: JBuilder and Application Lifecycle Management.
Chapter 9: Integrated Team Development.
Chapter 10: Using Build Systems.
Chapter 11: Unit Testing with Junit.
Chapter 12: UML Visualization.
Part 4: Two-Tier Client/Server Development with JDBC.
Chapter 13: Building the Database with JDataStore.
Chapter 14: DataExpress and DBSwing Applications.
Part 5: Web Development with Servlets, Java Server Pages, and Struts.
Chapter 15: Server and Service Configuration.
Chapter 16: Web Enablement with Servlets.
Chapter 17: Moving from Basic Servlets to Java Server Pages.
Chapter 18: Developing with Struts.
Part 6: Enterprise Development with Enterprise JavaBeans.
Chapter 19: Developing EJB 1.1.
Chapter 20: Developing EJB 2.x.
Part 7: Distributed Computing with RMI, CORBA and Web Services.
Chapter 21: RMI Development with JBuilder.
Chapter 22: CORBA Development with JBuilder.
Chapter 23: Web Services Development with JBuilder.
Visit the companion site.