Advance Java Technology

Author Name : Prof. M.T.Savaliya
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ISBN 13 : 9789350042076
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With CD : No
Pages : 600
Format : Paper Back
Publisher : Dreamtech Press
Categories: , Product ID: 2744


Advance Java Technology is a one-time reference book, written from the programmer’s point of view. It contains various examples and covers nearly every aspect of advanced Java, such as Swing, Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), Network Programming, Remote Method Invocation (RMI), Naming Service, Serialization, Internationalization, Servlets, JavaServer Pages (JSP), and JavaServer Pages Standard Tag Library (JSTL). It will help you to master the entire spectrum of advanced Java by exploring and implementing the various concepts of the Java EE technologies.

Introducing Swing


· The MVC Architecture

· Applet

· Window Panes

· Important Classes of the javax.swing Package

· Setting the Look and Feel of Components

· An Applet with Swing Components


Working with JDBC

· Introducing JDBC

· Exploring JDBC Drivers

· Exploring the Features of JDBC

· Describing JDBC APIs

· Exploring Major Classes and Interfaces

· Exploring JDBC Processes with the java.sql Package

· Working with Transactions


Network Programming

· Networking Basics

· Network Programming in Java Using the Package

· Establishing the two-way Communication between Server and Client

· Retrieving a file at server

· Learning the DatagramSocket and DatagramPacket Classes

· Understanding the Content and Protocol Handlers


RMI, Naming Service, Serialization, and Internationalization

· RMI Architecture

· RMI Registry

· Dynamic Code Loading in RMI


· Creating a Distributed Application using RMI

· Naming Services

· Directory and Naming Services

· Overview of JNDI

· Object Serialization

· Internationalization

· Java and Internationalization

· Internationalizing Web Applications


Introducing the Java EE Platform

· Enterprise Application Concepts

· Introducing the Java EE 6 Platform

· HTTP Protocol

· Exploring Web Application

· Introducing Web and Application Servers


Working with Servlets

· Exploring the Features of Java Servlet

· Exploring New Features in Servlet 3.0

· Exploring the Servlet API

· Explaining the Servlet Life Cycle

· Understanding Servlet Configuration

· Creating a Sample Servlet

· Creating a Servlet by using Annotation

· Working with ServletConfig and ServletContext Objects

· Working with the HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse Interfaces

· Exploring Request Delegation and Request Scope

· Describing a Session

· Introducing Session Tracking

· Exploring the Session Tracking Mechanisms

· Using the Java Servlet API for Session Tracking


Introducing Event Handling and Filters

· Introducing Events

· Intoducing Event Handling

· Working with the Types of Servlet Events

· Introducing Filters

· Exploring Filter API

· Configuring a Filter

· Creating a Web Application Using Filters

· Using Initializing Parameter in Filters

· Manipulating Responses

· Discussing Issues in Using Threads with Filters


Working with JavaServer Pages (JSP)

· Introducing JSP Technology

· Exploring New Features of JSP 2.1

· Listing Advantages of JSP over Java Servlet

· Exploring the Architecture of a JSP Page

· Describing the Life Cycle of a JSP Page

· Working with JSP Basic Tags and Implicit Objects

· Working with Action Tags in JSP

· Exploring the JSP Unified EL

· Using Functions with EL


JSP Tag Extensions and Standard Tag Library

· Exploring the Elements of Tag Extensions

· Exploring the Tag Extension API

· Working with Classic Tag Handlers

· Working with Simple Tag Handlers

· Working with JSP Fragments

· Working with Tag Files

· Introducing JSTL

· Working with the Core Tag Library

· Working with the XML Tag Library

· Working with the Internationalization Tag Library

· Working with the SQL Tag Library

· Working with the Functions Tag Library


Introducing Hibernate

· Intoducing Hibernate

· Exploring the Architecture of Hibernate

· Downloading Hibernate

· Exploring HQL

· Understanding Hibernate O/R Mapping

· Working with Hibernate

· Implementing O/R Mapping with Hibernate

Prof. M.T. Savaliya received the B.E. degree in computer engineering from D. D. Institute of Technology

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