Java Programming 10-Minute Solutions
By Mark Watson
Publisher: Wiley / Sybex
Final Release Date: February 2006
Pages: 332

The problems encountered by a beginning Java programmer are many—and mostly minor.

The problems you encounter as an experienced Java programmer are far fewer—and far more serious.

Java Programming 10-Minute Solutions provides direct solutions to the thorny problems you’re most likely to run up against in your work. Especially when a project entails new techniques or draws you into a realm outside your immediate expertise, potential headaches abound. With this book, a veteran Java programmer saves you both aggravation and—just as important—time. Here are some of the solutions you’ll find inside:

  • Parsing XML using SAX and DOM, and using XSLT to transform XML to HTML
  • Java file I/O: copying and deleting entire directories
  • Using Java search algorithms
  • Thread management
  • Leveraging Java Web Services support in SOAP, XML-RPC, and XML over HTTP
  • Low-level JDBC programming
  • Using servlets and JSPs (including struts) for web applications
  • Using Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs) container managed persistence
  • Generating EJB classes with ant and XDocolet
  • Using JUnit for unit testing
Modeled after the straightforward Q&A approach of the DevX website, these in-depth, code-intensive solutions help you past obstacles right now and ultimately make you a smarter, more effective programmer.
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