Oracle JDeveloper 10g: Empowering J2EE Development

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Apress, Jan 22, 2004 - Computers - 296 pages

The age for using a simple text editor is long gone. The ever-growing complexity of Java and J2EE creates a need for Java development tools that offer more. If you want to be more productive with Java, you need a Java IDE. Oracle JDeveloper 10g is an IDE that enables you to develop Java applications with minimal effort. JDeveloper can do wonders for your Swing, JSP, Servlets, Struts, EJBs, and Web Services developments.

In this indispensable guide, renowned author Harshad Oak puts the technology first, enhancing the text with sample applications that demonstrate how JDeveloper can simplify your developments using the technology. Oak also focuses on the Application Development Framework (ADF) that comes with JDeveloper 10g—a framework that will get your applications up and running fast.

The book also delves into JDeveloper's many code optimization tools, demonstrating how to use them to find improper or resource-hungry code that requires your immediate attention. Oak continues on to discuss JDeveloper extensions that add even more value to JDeveloper.


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Emergence of the IDE
Getting Started with JDeveloper
Java with JDeveloper
UML Modeling
Servlet and JSP Development
Enterprise JavaBeans and Database Interaction
Application Development Framework
Web Services
Debugging and Code Improvement
Tools and Extensions
Tips and Tricks

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Harshad Oak has been involved with J2EE projects for several years. He holds a master's degree in computer management and is both a Sun Certified Java Programmer and a Sun Certified Web Component Developer. Harshad has worked primarily with JSP, Servlet, EJB, and web publishing frameworks, while using a range of modeling and middleware tools along the way. The projects he has worked with have been in the payment solutions and insurance industries.

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