Pro NetBeans aims to publish on the NetBeans Java IDE, a market that is now under-represented in the marketplace, unlike the near saturation of Eclipse books. Specifically, this book aims to be first to market on the new NetBeans 5.5 Java IDE, based on the relatively new Java EE 5 platform and J2SE 5. It discusses real life case studies and directly relates the material to topics the reader can quickly understand. The book is intended for Java developers of varying skill who may or may not be familiar with Netbeans IDE or Java IDEs in general. Netbeans IDE is an amazing tool for rapidly developing Java applications.
This book will enable you to rapidly develop Java front ends of applications using API buttons, functions, and features mostly based in the Java SE 6 platform. It covers working with rich client platform features available in NetBeans for building web-based application front ends. The book also shows you the web-tier development plug-ins available including JSF, Struts Action Framework 2.0, and JRuby for bringing the Ruby on Rails feature set to Java via NetBeans.
International Symposium, TGC 2005, Edinburgh, UK, April 7-9, 2005. Revised Selected Papers
Author: Rocco De Nicola
This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-proceedings of the International Symposium on Trustworthy Global Computing, TGC 2005, held in Edinburgh, UK, in April 2005, and colocated with the events of ETAPS 2005. The 11 revised full papers presented together with 8 papers contributed by the invited speakers were carefully selected during 2 rounds of reviewing and improvement from numerous submissions. Topical issues covered by the workshop are resource usage, language-based security, theories of trust and authentication, privacy, reliability and business integrity access control and mechanisms for enforcing them, models of interaction and dynamic components management, language concepts and abstraction mechanisms, test generators, symbolic interpreters, type checkers, finite state model checkers, theorem provers, software principles to support debugging and verification.
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Develop, Deploy, Monitor, and Manage Your Java Cloud Applications
Author: Harshad Oak
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Master Java EE Application Development on Oracle Java Cloud Build highly available, scalable, secure, distributed applications on Oracle Java Cloud. In this Oracle Press guide, Oracle ACE Director and Java Champion Harshad Oak leads you through the entire Java EE cloud-based application lifecycle—from development to deployment. Filled with real-world examples, ready-to-use code, and best practices, Java EE Applications on Oracle Java Cloud is an invaluable resource for anyone looking to meet the growing demand for cloud-based development skills. Set up an Oracle Java Cloud instance and manage users and roles Build an application with NetBeans IDE and deploy it on Oracle Java Cloud Extend application functionality using servlets, filters, and listeners Streamline application development with JavaServer Pages, JSP Standard Tag Library, and expression language Create and deploy feature-rich JavaServer Faces applications on Oracle Java Cloud Use Enterprise JavaBeans to effectively run business logic code in enterprise applications Develop and deploy SOAP and RESTful web services on Oracle Java Cloud Take advantage of the persistence capabilities of Oracle Java Cloud via Oracle Database Cloud Code examples from the book are available for download.
The principal purpose of "Enterprise Java Development on a Budget" is to guide readers through the development of a real enterprise Java application using nothing but Open Source Java Tools, Projects, and Frameworks.
Back Cover Copy: Developing Scalable Series 40 ApplicationsDeveloping Scalable Series 40 Applications: A Guide for Java DevelopersI have had the good fortune to be involved with mobile Java from the very beginning, and I know what it takes to be successful in this marketplace. This book will help you be successful with mobile Java application design and development. If you take the information inside and sprinkle it with some imaginative application ideas, you will have a winning combination. --Jon Bostrom, Senior Director, CTO Java Technology Platforms, NokiaThe First Official End-To-End Solutions Guide for Every Nokia Series 40 DeveloperNokia's Series 40 Developer Platform gives Java developers access to the world's highest-volume, fastest-growing, and most exciting mobile markets. Nokia sells close to 100 million units within their Developer Platform families every year, and Series 40 Developer Platform is the highest volume platform in the family. Success on this platform is crucial for the commercial success of any mobile application. deep knowledge of the platform and advanced programming skills are required to develop effective Series 40 applications. Knowledge of the Series 40 Developer Platform can be applied to the Java environment on all Nokia Developer Platform devices including Series 60 smartphones, Series 80 enterprise communicators, and Series 90 rich-media devices. To reduce duplication of development costs, it is also important to write scalable applications so that you can easily optimize them across different devices within and beyond the Series 40 Developer Platform. Now there is an official developer's guide that can help you build high-performance and scalable Series 40 applications for both Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 1.0 and 2.0 devices. Fully reviewed by Nokia's subject matter experts, this book covers the entire development process--from design and coding through testing and deployment. The authors walk you through 11 complete example applications, presenting downloadable client and server source code that you can use to jump-start virtually any project. 40, review crucial architectural issues, introduce key mobile-design patterns, discuss scalability and device optimization strategies, and offer dozens of best practices and tips--many of which have never before been published. Coverage includes*Identifying your best opportunities and killer applications for mobile development *An introduction to Nokia's Developer Platforms and tools*Building effective MIDP 2.0 user interfaces for devices built on the Series 40 Developer Platform*Building animated mobile games*Handling persistent and networking data*Working with essential Series 40 APIs, including the Wireless Messaging, Mobile Media API, and Bluetooth APIs*End-to-end design patterns and best practices*Proven techniques for scaling and optimizing applications across devices*Implementing test-driven development to improve software quality*Building mobile service applications with Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) and WAP (c) Copyright Pearson Education. All rights reserved.
The Deitels' groundbreaking How to Program series offers unparalleled breadth and depth of object-oriented programming concepts and intermediate-level topics for further study. This survey of Java programming contains an optional extensive OOD/UML 2 case study on developing and implementing the software for an automated teller machine. The Eighth Edition of this acclaimed text is now current with the Java SE 6 updates that have occurred since the book was last published. The Late Objects Version delays coverage of class development until Chapter 8, presenting the control structures, methods and arrays material in a non-object-oriented, procedural programming context.
The ONLY complete, up-to-date guide to all aspects of Java performance • •The first one-stop guide to identifying, isolating, and fixing Java performance issues on multicore and multiprocessor processor platforms - from two of Sun's leading Java performance experts. •Includes crucial new insights into microbenchmarking found nowhere else. •Contains up-to-the-minute coverage of Java optimization, including migration of older applications. Given Java's ubiquity and indispensability, Java software performance is of crucial importance to millions of developers worldwide. The emergence of multi-core systems and the evolution of the Java platform give developers many new opportunities to optimize performance. Now, three of Sun's leading Java performance experts have written the first start-to-finish guide to optimizing Java performance in today's multi-core systems. Java Performance gives developers, designers, and architects all the information they need to leverage Java's performance and scalability abilities on any modern multicore or multiprocessor system. This book's end-to-end coverage addresses all these topics: monitoring and profiling; the effective use of garbage collection and other language features; adaptive and platform-specific tuning; techniques for maximizing scalability; and much more. The authors' extensive benchmarking coverage includes an indispensable introduction to effective microbenchmarks - including guidance on avoiding the common microbenchmarking mistakes that mislead developers into writing badlyperforming software. The book also contains a complete section on Java performance enhancement, including opportunities and challenges associated with migrating software from Java 1.4.2 and Java 5 - issues that more and more Java developers are now facing.
Programming is, above all, problem solving. This book will help students thoroughly understand real-world programming problems - and solve those problems quickly and efficiently, using Java's sophisticated design and coding facilities.
Tools, Techniques, and Methodology of Developing Robust Software
Author: Bijay K. Jayaswal
Publisher: Prentice-Hall PTR
ASQ 2007 CROSBY MEDAL WINNER! An Integrated Technology for Delivering Better Software Cheaper and Faster! This book presents an integrated technology, Design for Trustworthy Software (DFTS), to address software quality issues upstream such that the goal of software quality becomes that of preventing bugs in implementation rather than finding and eliminating them during and after implementation. The thrust of the technology is that major quality deployments take place before a single line of code is written! This customer-oriented integrated technology can help deliver breakthrough results in cost, quality, and delivery schedule thus meeting and exceeding customer expectations. The authors describe the principles behind the technology as well as their applications to actual software design problems. They present illustrative case studies covering various aspects of DFTS technology including CoSQ, AHP, TRIZ, FMEA, QFD, and Taguchi Methods and provide ample questions and exercises to test the readers understanding of the material in addition to detailed examples of the applications of the technology. The book can be used to impart organization-wide learning including training for DFTS Black Belts and Master Black Belts. It helps you gain rapid mastery, so you can deploy DFTS Technology quickly and successfully. Learn how to · Plan, build, maintain, and improve your trustworthy software development system · Adapt best practices of quality, leadership, learning, and management for the unique software development milieu · Listen to the customer's voice, then guide user expectations to realizable, reliable software products · Refocus on customer-centered issues such as reliability, dependability, availability, and upgradeability · Encourage greater design creativity and innovation · Validate, verify, test, evaluate, integrate, and maintain software for trustworthiness · Analyze the financial impact of software quality · Prepare your leadership and infrastructure for DFTS Design for Trustworthy Software will help you improve quality whether you develop in-house, outsource, consult, or provide support. It offers breakthrough solutions for the entire spectrum of software and quality professionals from developers to project leaders, chief software architects to customers. The American Society for Quality (ASQ) is the world's leading authority on quality which provides a community that advances learning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results, and to create better workplaces and communities worldwide. The Crosby Medal is presented to the individual who has authored a distinguished book contributing significantly to the extension of the philosophy and application of the principles, methods, or techniques of quality management. Bijay K. Jayaswal, CEO of Agilenty Consulting Group, has held senior executive positions and consulted on quality and strategy for 25 years. His expertise includes value engineering, process improvement, and product development. He has directed MBA and Advanced Management programs, and helped to introduce enterprise-wide reengineering and Six Sigma initiatives. Dr. Peter C. Patton, Chairman of Agilenty Consulting Group, is Professor of Quantitative Methods and Computer Science at the University of St. Thomas. He served as CIO of the University of Pennsylvania and CTO at Lawson Software, and has been involved with software development since 1955.