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Description de "Programming the Internet With Java"

Programming the Internet with Java is designed to teach students how to program in Java - in particular those concepts that relate to the burgeoning arena of Internet technologies. It assumes previous knowledge of programming in a procedural language such as C or Pascal, and begins with an introduction to Java and the basics of object oriented programming. It progresses onto classes, exceptions, libraries and threads and teaches the skills to develop complex Java code. Further chapters then go on to apply these lessons to Internet programming requirements so that by the end of the book, the student will be familiar with the fundamentals of network programming and database access as well as skilled at developing applets and applications. Features: Numerous programming examples drawn from appropriate Internet technologies such as firewalls, log files and web crawlers Self assessment questions guide the student through the book and measure progress Boxed-out definitions of important Internet concepts Teaching material (slides and solutions) available online. Supporting web site is available for downloading and contains code, exercises (available shortly), multiple choice self-assessment test applets, Java 1.1 updates and links to other useful sites. 0201175495B04062001

Détails sur le produit

  • Reliure : Textbook Binding
  • 384  pages
  • Dimensions :  2.5cmx17.8cmx25.4cm
  • Poids : 811.9g
  • Editeur :   Addison-Wesley Pub (Sd) 
  • ISBN :  0201175495
  • EAN13 :  9780201175493
  • Classe Dewey :  005.2762
  • Langue : Anglais

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Programming the Internet with Java is designed to teach students how to program in Java - in particular those concepts that relate to the burgeoning arena of Internet technologies. It assumes previous knowledge of programming in a procedural language such as C or Pascal, and begins with an introduction to Java and the basics of object oriented programming. It progresses onto classes, exceptions, libraries and threads and teaches the skills to develop complex Java code. Further chapters then go on to apply these lessons to Internet programming requirements so that by the end of the book, the student will be familiar with the fundamentals of network programming and database access as well as skilled at developing applets and applications. Features: Numerous programming examples drawn from appropriate Internet technologies such as firewalls, log files and web crawlers Self assessment questions guide the student through the book and measure progress Boxed-out definitions of important Internet concepts Teaching material (slides and solutions) available online. Supporting web site is available for downloading and contains code, exercises (available shortly), multiple choice self-assessment test applets, Java 1.1 updates and links to other useful sites. 0201175495B04062001