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Enterprise Java¿ Security: Building Secure J2EE¿ Applications
Enterprise Java¿ Security: Building Secure J2EE¿ Applications
by Marco Pistoia
Edition: Paperback
21 used & new from CDN$ 0.41

4.0 étoiles sur 5 Secure Yourself and Your E-Business, July 14 2004
* This book helps me a LOT to understand programmatic approach, why Java security is a key factor in an e-business environment.
* The book shows me the J2EE and J2SE security architecture, showing how these architectures relate to each other and how they are augmented by JAAS.
* I feel for the developers who need to build J2EE applications, securely and reliably, the book covers relationship between J2EE and Cryptographic technologies; like Java Cryptography Architecture, Java Cryptography Extension, Public-Key cryptography Standards, Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, and Java Secure Socket Extension.

Mac OS X for Java Geeks
Mac OS X for Java Geeks
by Will Iverson
Edition: Paperback
Prix : CDN$ 49.19
36 used & new from CDN$ 0.01

4.0 étoiles sur 5 I like, April 28 2004
* This book has provided preliminary introduction to the platform with exploring
the technical underpinnings of the Mac OS X Java implementation.
* This booke is good for new java developer for Mac OS X platform, someone can explore the
pragmatics of Java development, including how to set up your development environment.
* And makes you aware of Apple's various additons to the java platform and describes how
to package and deliver an application to end users that looks and behaves like a naive
Mac OS X application.
* It has covers some recent features like Web start, Speech framework, Web service and
Ejb and Jboss.
* After that this book is good start for getting hands on the Apache web server running and
supplement it with the jakarta Tomcat JSP and servlet containers.

The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4
The Sun Certified Java Developer Exam with J2SE 1.4
by Mehran Habibi
Edition: Paperback
Prix : CDN$ 21.04
23 used & new from CDN$ 0.77

3.0 étoiles sur 5 The Sun Certified Developer Exam, Nov. 27 2002
This book provides compelete guide line for SCJD exam.
Offers valuable insight into the core material covered within the Sun
Certified Developer (SCJD) exam.Introduces the newest features made
available by the J2SE 1.4 release and offes discussion of logging,threads,
NIO, RMI, regular expressions, Swing and more.
After preliminary overview of the SCJD exam project requirements, readers
are introduced to a sample project that will be devloped throughout the book,
with each project component developed alongside the relevant new J2SE 1.4
feature.Which helps to understand better.
Sample chapters, Downloadable source code and table of contents are aviailable
on line.

Java Message Service (JMS) for J2EE
Java Message Service (JMS) for J2EE
by Levent Erdogan
Edition: Paperback
13 used & new from CDN$ 2.96

3.0 étoiles sur 5 Java Message Service (JMS) for J2EE, Oct. 24 2002
This book is about understanding,
Message-oriented middleware(MOM),on which JMS is based.
As EJBs have very important role in JMS application, they have been covered with EJB examples.
Program JMS applications and increase their reliability.
Combine the strengths of XML and JMS using JAXP.
Use JMS with web client
Develop applications using he JMS API.
In this part of book language is so easy to understand. Block diagram,picture and web site for reference has been given whereever required for detail explanation.Later on they are started with basic to comlicated level of examples.And all possible code has been given.And all the code from this book is available on website in .zip format.
Using this book you will learn,Get a handle on EJB, JNDI, Middleware architecture and Java Message Service.And many more like require tool for XML,J2SE and J2EE Settings,
development and deployment tool and web server for J2EE application.
I recommend this book because of the detailed, up-to-date coverage of JMS and the depth of technology covered.

JMX Programming
JMX Programming
by Mike Jasnowski
Edition: Paperback
16 used & new from CDN$ 9.24

4.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy Way To Learn JMX Programming, Sept. 6 2002
This review is from: JMX Programming (Paperback)
This book is about managing network and application resources using JMX Api.Initial chapter really started with basics of computer resourcesto be managed and how JMX fits into it and finishes with introduction of JMX,
it archtecture,major components, and basic JMX application.
In this part of book language is so easy to understand.Block diagram,picture and web site for reference
has been given whereever required for detail explanation.Later on they are started with basic to comlicated level of examples.And all possible code has been given.And all
the code from this book is available on website in .zip format.
Using this book you will learn,Get a handle on system management and the JMX Architecture Create Standard, Dynamic, Open, and Model MBeans to manage resources Build MBean relations
to create associations between managed resources
Harness the MBean Server to register, unregister, and query for MBeans Take advantage of dynamic loading, monitoring, timers, and notifications Provide remote access to JMX serv-ices using HTTP, RMI, and SNMP Build JMX applications for monitoring a printer, remotely managing an application server, and monitoring servlets and Message-Driven Beans.

JavaScript Design
JavaScript Design
by William B. Sanders
Edition: Paperback
14 used & new from CDN$ 5.17

5.0 étoiles sur 5 Excellent Book, July 31 2002
This review is from: JavaScript Design (Paperback)
Excellent book for now-a-days,it covers all kind of language with JavaScript.The book starts with basics of Javascript that is jump start,dealing with data, variables, operators, expressions, functions.And chapter by chapter it deeps into more and more detail, like Javascript OOP and DOM, Frames, Event Handlers, Forms, DHTML, Cookie. And finally it deals with other languages like PHP,ASP,CGI,Perl,XML,Flash and Applet.
Book is nicely organized, easy to read and understand, colorfull code and body, and has lots of examples.
I will sure recommend this book for web master, developer, designer.

The Java¿ Developers Almanac 1.4, Volume 1: Examples and Quick Reference (4th Edition)
The Java¿ Developers Almanac 1.4, Volume 1: Examples and Quick Reference (4th Edition)
by Patrick Chan
Edition: Paperback
Prix : CDN$ 36.99
20 used & new from CDN$ 0.99

3.0 étoiles sur 5 Good for, if you don't have IDE tool., June 19 2002
Volume 1 covers java.beans to org.xml packages useful for server side development.
Volume 2 covers java.applet to javax.swing packages useful for developing GUI application.
This is is a review for Vol. 1.
This book is not for begineers or not for learning A Java.This book is a good reference book
for all the java Packages, Classes and Interface.
Packages is useful when you need an overview of a package or what other related classes are
available in a package.
Classes gives complete detail of the ancestry of the class and a list of every member in the
class.This part is useful when you're already working with a particular class and want quick
reference to all of the members in the class.
It has lots of hands on examples, which are very useful for finishing a particular task like,
reading a file, sending a socket etc. like programmers need some basic routines,while coding.
I recommend this book for those, who does professional coding and need to in touch with API.

Professional JSP Site Design
Professional JSP Site Design
by Kevin Duffey
Edition: Paperback
14 used & new from CDN$ 20.33

4.0 étoiles sur 5 Learn more advanced about Jsp with other techniques., March 18 2002
This book really helps you to kickstart JSP and Struts based development,
This book covers following issues
- an overview of web programming with JSP and Servlets.
- Struts Framework.
- a range of basic techniques for handling the client-side of web site design,
which includes HTTP and browser compability,frames,PopUp windows, Page layouts,
the duynamic constructionof site navigation,error handling and logging.
- tecniques for connecting Java web application to relational database, and for
integrating them as part of an overall J2EE solution.
- security and user management,visitor tracking and personalization.
- XML.It looked at the web application framework that uses XML document fragment
rather than JavaBean when passing data around,making it much easier to integrate
with a web services back end.
Many JSP developers will want to read this book to learn about Struts and other
ways of producing maintainable JSP based web sites.
This is not the kind of book you would read from start to finish but as a quick
overview and reference of some advanced topics. Don't expect to become an expert
by reading this book but you will have a good idea what you can and should do with
JSP. Most JSP developers will find something new in this book but some will require
more detail. We would recommend this book to JSP developers who have read the beginners
JSP books and want to learn more about JSP.

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