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The Java Sourcebook

The Java Sourcebook

Ed Anuff

ISBN: 978-0-471-14859-3

Feb 1996

512 pages

Select type: Paperback

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A complete guide to building sophisticated Web applications with Java

Since Java first hit the streets, it's grown substantially in complexity and expanded features. Finally, here's a book that's kept pace with the full range and broad scope of Java's version 1. No matter where you are in your level of programming, this book will turn you into a Java programmer, even if you've never done object-oriented programming before. The Java Sourcebook is designed to take you as far (and as fast) as you want to go. With this comprehensive Java applications tutorial, you'll find out how to:

  • Build animation with sound
  • Create interactive icons, and your own Java components
  • Learn how Java is integrated with a wide range of Web browsers
  • Create applications that run smoothly on Windows, UNIX, Macintosh, and other platforms

This valuable guide also explains how to install the Java Development Kit, reviews all Java commands and syntax, and directs you to all of the latest online resources for Java users and programmers.

Visit our Web Page at and get:

  • Java codes
  • Ready-to-run Java applications
  • A goldmine of Java software and utilities
Getting Ready for Java.

Web Browsing and Java.

Understanding Java.

Building Java Applications.

Java Basics.

Flow of Control.

Objects and Classes.



Managing Data with Objects.

Handling Exceptions.


Applet Overview.

Applet Basics.

Applet User Interfaces.


Java Multimedia.



Companion Site

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