Java 2: The Complete Reference: The Complete Reference

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 22, 1999 - Computers - 1108 pages
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Take JAVA to the max with expert help Beginning, intermediate, and advanced JAVA programmers alike take note: everything you need to get the best performance out of your applets and servlets is packed into JAVA 2.0: The Complete Reference. World- renowned authors, Patrick Naughton (ESPN's Sportszone, Disney, and ABC News Web sites), Herb Schildt, the world's leading programming author, and Joseph OĆNeil add 30% more material to their hugely successful past editions of this best seller. They show you exactly how to develop, compile, debug, and run Java applications and applets quickly and confidently. Plus you'll become expert on all of Java's new features including: *Servlets used to build powerful, scalable, robust Web applications *The Swing component set, a GUI toolkit that simplifies the development of visual components such as menus, tool bars, dialogs *Utility class updates *Java2-D, which enables you to build advanced 2D graphics and images

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Naughton is senior vice president & chief technology officer at Starware Coporation

Herb Schildt (Mahomet, IL) is a leading authority on Java, C, C++ and C#. His programming books have sold more than 3 million copies worldwide and have been translated into all major foreign languages. He holds a master s degree in computer science from the University of Illinois. James Holmes (Atlanta, GA) is a systems development consultant . Holmes spends a lot of time developing server-side applications for complex transactional environments, such as for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games, Checkfree, and IBM. Oracle Magazine awarded Holmes the prestigious Java Developer of the Year Award in November of 2002 for his work with the Struts Framework & JDeveloper.

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