Summary and Info
The ability to construct reliable network software is a vital skill for many of today's programmers and at the same time, Java's comprehensive libraries of readily-accessible network programming features ensure that Java remains at the forefront of network software development.The 1st edition of this book provided a streamlined work that could serve as the core text on an undergraduate module and as the quick, clear, no-nonsense guide required by a IT professional. Notable amongst its features were its many code examples, screenshots and exercises. This 2nd edition retains these features and in addition includes:- Language changes throughout the examples, largely reflecting the significant changes introduced by J2SE 5.0- Comprehensive update of support software, particularly that used for Web applications- New material, such as non-blocking servers and the use of the DataSource interface and Data Access Objects (DAOs) for connecting to remote databases
More About the Author
Jan Graham was Utah State Attorney General from 1993 to 2001. She was the first (and only) woman ever elected to statewide office in the state of Utah.
Review and Comments
Rate the Book
An Introduction to Network Programming with Java 0 out of 5 stars based on 0 ratings.