- Taschenbuch: 500 Seiten
- Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 1999 (28. Mai 1999)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1861002777
- ISBN-13: 978-1861002778
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 18,4 x 5,1 x 23,5 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 70 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 2.713.618 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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PRO JAVA SERV, (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 28. Mai 1999
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Wrox specializes in books written by programmers, for programmers. Professional Java Server Programming, a volume on developing Java-based Web applications, is no different. All the 12 authors are developers and consultants--including some who've been part of Sun's own Java team.
The Web is becoming more and more a way of delivering applications rather than just static Web pages. Java is becoming more and more popular as a tool for building Web applications, thanks to Java servlets and Java Server Pages. Professional Java Server Programming is a big book full of code samples and real-world experience.
Starting with a grounding in Web application development and technologies, the book introduces the various concepts of using Java to deliver Web content--as well as helping to give you the tools you need to work around the limitations of Web servers and Web browsers. You'll also learn how to develop complex database-driven applications--and how to work faster. Since this is a book on the cutting edge of Java development, you'll also find sections on using Java with XML documents and LAP directory servers, as well as Enterprise Java Beans. There's even a good examination of the next generation of Java technologies--Jini and JavaSpaces--with a look at how these can be used in Web applications.
This is a superb and extremely practical book. If you're building Java-based Web server applications, this is a book you need to have next to your terminal, if only for the 300 pages of reference material in the appendices! --Simon Bisson, amazon.co.uk
An overview of the new server-side Java platform - Java 2 Enterprise Edition - as it relates to building n-tier web applications. It covers the building blocks (Servlets, JSP, EJB, JDBC, RMI, JNDI, CORBA) then goes into special design considerations for server side programming, (including resource pooling and component based design) before finally discussing future possibilities opened up by Jini and JavaSpaces technology. In a world where, increasingly, corporate IT development is Web application development - ASP, PHP, CGI and ISAPI are all viable options.Now, so is the Java 2 Platform Enterprise Edition, and that's good news because server-side Java is portable across Windows, Linux, UNIX and MacOS and compatible with a wide range of Web Servers (IIS, Apache, Netscape Enterprise Server) and Application Servers from Sun, IBM and others. What does all this mean for you? Java provides technologies to allow for server side processing, dynamic page content generation and dynamic presentation. With these comprehensive, platform independent Java class libraries you can join together the disparate pieces of your business - data, applications and platforms - to form a coherent whole.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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Especially useful are the chapters on handling errors in servelets and handling and tracking user sessions. On one site we've implemented the 'shopping cart' application almost straight from the book (though it does need more work). As well as piles of stuff on servelets there is also a very good introduction to XML; more than enough to get to going and to enable you to to ask intelligent questions about it.
The EJB chapter is also useful but is no substitute for either Roman's or Monson-Haefel's book on the subject. That being said it is still worth reading.
Overall? You won't use every chapter (nobody will) but you only need to use two or three of the chapters for the book to earn its place on the shelf. There is a bredth of information on servlets here you won't find anywhere else.
I recommend this book to read and to read only, but if you want to really test it, you should spend time to debug for almost every chapter, and during the time, you can hope yourself become a java expert as well as a debug expert. What a wonderful thing!
I suggest reviews to give 1 star to this book until the authors fix the bug existing in the code (on the internet immediately and in the text also in next edition). I do not give this book 1 star because I really love it in split of the erros. In fact, if possible I can give it 4.5 stars, 5 stars means perfect and this book is not although it can become perfect immediatly after the errors are corrected on the internet.
Rather than getting you started on the right track it gets you started by making you copy examples which IMHO is a poor way to learn especially if the examples are not very generic.
I recently picked up a better book which includes all the jsp and servlet best practices, perfect amount of HTML mixture in handling forms, etc. and also a broad coverage of the currently available JSP/Servlet Containers like the Jakarta group's Tomcat 3.1 Container.
I would recommend this book if you're looking for examples, period. However if you want to learn JSP and Servlet technology the proper way pick up Core Servlets and JSP by Sun Press. It's also more up to date with the JSP 1.1/Servlet 2.2 spec.
Buy this book only if you're trying to get a single one-shop coverage of these topics. Don't buy it if you're looking for comprehensive coverage of Server-side Java technology (actually, you'll need several different books for that).
The style of the book is really different as it is written by programmers for programmers. Also I am able to get rid of the monotony with the style of a single author found in most of the books. Good approach by Wrox.
The annexure gives vital information to HTTP, Web-server configuration for Servlets/JSP and API reference that are added gifts to the buyer.
I am yet to complete the book but I am keeping as a desktop reference so that I can use as and when I require it. I recommended to my manager to buy this book not only for my project but also for the entire group.
Finally, if you need a complete book on Java Server side programming, buy this book. You will get everything you want.
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