Java platform is one of the best choices of the web developers, which supports many attractive features including rapid development and platform independent. Due to the rapid growth, the Sun Microsystems released the second generation of JAVA with three major divisions: J2SE (Java to Platform Standard Edition), J2EE (Java to Platform Enterprise Edition) and J2ME (Java to Platform Micro Edition). This book is composed of ten chapters. All the chapters and the concepts in each chapter are properly ordered, and the readers are advised to read them sequentially, as some chapters/sections use the chapter/sections explained previously.
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  • Publisher: Laxmi Publications
  • Language: English
  • ISBN : 978-93-81159-39-2
  • Chapter 1

    J2EE: An Introduction Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    This chapter briefly introduces the basics of Java Enterprise Edition. The supported technologies and their latest version numbers are given for Java EE 6 platform. The client-server technology, most of the enterprise applications are based on this technology, is explained with this architecture. Finally, a high level view of JEE architecture is given for quick understanding of Java based Enterprise Edition.
  • Chapter 2

    Working with Oracle Database Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    This chapter starts with listing supported data types in Oracle, and each type of SQL commands are explained with illustrations. Then it explains important core concepts such as set operations, join operations and sub queries. This chapter further elaborated on how to write Stored Procedures and how to call them.
  • Chapter 3

    JDBC Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    This chapter starts by explaining the architecture of JDBC, Java API for manipulating Databases. Furthermore, it illustrates on how to make a connection, how to execute SQL commands, and how to close the opened connection in a underlying database. This chapter uses oracle database for illustrative examples and sufficient examples are given in order to make the understanding of accessing database with Java code easy.
  • Chapter 4

    Understanding HTML Form Elements Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    HTML is a mark-up language, used to develop web pages. This chapter starts with the structure of a HTML document. It further introduces the reader to some of the basic HTML tags used for formatting, dividing screen areas into frames and finally ends with the HTML input elements which form user interface for dynamic web applications.
  • Chapter 5

    Java Servlets Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    This chapter starts with the need and features of Servlets in dynamic web development. Further, lists the most generic API's in both generic and HTTP Servlets with differences among them. Apache Tomcat Application Sever is used as a Servlet Container for testing example programs. However the readers may deploy and test the given example programs with any other application server which supports Servlet API.
  • Chapter 6

    Java Servler Pages (JSP) Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    JSP is one of the core components of Java EE Platform. It enables the programmer to embed Java Code in HTML document and supports the features of Java Servlet. Infact all JSP code with be converted into Java Servlet code by Servlet Container before execution. This chapter explains the core concepts of JSP with adequate example code. Apache Tomcat is used as Servlet Container (Application Server) to test JSP illustrating examples. However, the readers can use and test these examples in any application server which supports Java Servlets and JSP.
  • Chapter 7

    JSTL Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    This chapter starts by explaining the uses of formatting tags especially to format numbers and date. Internalization (i18n) concepts are outlined and locale specific settings are outlined. An example is given to illustrate how to use message bundles. Unicode characters can be used with locale settings for messages with locale specific languages such as Spanish, Arabic and Hindi.
  • Chapter 8

    Service Oriented Architecture and Web Services Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    The Service Oriented Architecture makes Enterprise Application Integration easy. This chapter starts with the architecture of SOA and its importance. Further, it explains how Web Services became developer's choice as SOA implementation. An example of Web Service of creation and its client call are given for illustration.
  • Chapter 9

    Message Oriented Middleware and Java Messaging Service (JMS) Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    The Message Oriented Middleware provides asynchronous communication for Enterprise Application Integration. The Java Messaging Service is a specification developed by the Sun Microsystems. Many JMS implementations are available in the market known as JMS Providers. One of the open source JMS Provider is Apache MQ. This chapter explains briefly the working principle of MOM and illustrates JMS concepts with Apache MQ.
  • Chapter 10

    Project Management with Apache Maven Price 2.99  |  2.99 Rewards Points

    Maven is a software project management tool, from Apache Software Foundation. It simplifoes all the operations in project development including downloading libraries, assembling, compiling, building the software. Presently Apache Maven is the developers choice rather than Apache Ant, which is another build tool. This chapter starts with explaining the uses of build tool and project, further explains the procedures to create, compile and execute Java standalone application, web-based application and Java multi-module project.

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