by Patrick Niemeyer & Joshua Peck
|Author(s):Patrick Niemeyer & Joshua Peck|
|Published Date: 11st May, 1996|
|Total Pages: 426|
About the book Exploring Java
Exploring Java is a COMPUTER ENGINEERING book which was published by O'Reilly on 11st May, 1996 . Patrick Niemeyer & Joshua Peck is the author of this book. This book is written in English and has 426 number of pages.
The second edition of Exploring Java, have the basics of Java, the object-oriented programming language for the networked applications from Sun Microsystems. Exploring Java have the essentials of hot topics like Beans and RMI and shows you how to get up speed writing Java applets and other applications, including networking programs, content and protocol handlers, and security managers. Ability to create animated World Wide Web pages has also sparked the rush to Java. But, the story does not end with the Web. Part of O,Reilly,s definitive set of Java documentation, Exploring Java, 2nd Edition covers: History and principles of Java How to write simple applets How to integrate applets into the World Wide Web Java Class Libraries Using threads Using arrays Network programming Content and protocol handling Using the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) Writing a security manager