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This book aims to introduce current SAP/ABAP developers to the skills required for Java 5 programming. This is at Java SE 5 and Java EE 5 level and it will cover all the basics required to get ABAP developers and programmers up and running with these. Apart from the introductory topics it covers connecting to a Database, The SAP Java Connector, Servlets, Java Server Pages (JSP), Enterprise JavaBeans and Java Messaging. TOC:The Chicken and the Egg.- Object Orientation in a Nutshell.- The Primitive Data types in Java.- Comments in Java.- Naming Standards and Conventions.- The Java Operators.- Strings with Java.- Control Flow (Part 1) The if, - and switch Statement.- Control Flow (Part 2) Iteration.- Loops.- Arrays and other Collections in Java.- Object Orientation in Java.- More OO in Java - Interfaces and Abstract classes.- Nested, Inner and Anonymous classes.- Errors and Exceptions.- Threads, Daemons and Garbage Collection.- Basic Swing using default Layouts.- Event Handling.- Layout Managers and other Components.- JDBCTM Technology.- The Java Connector (JCo).- Servlets.- JSP.- Intro to XML.- Enterprise Java Beans.- Java Messaging Services.
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If you're a developer working with XML, you know there's a lot to know about XML, and the XML space is evolving almost moment by moment. But you don't need to commit every XML syntax, API, or XSLT transformation to memory; you only need to know where to find it. And if it's a detail that has to do with XML or its companion standards, you'll find it--clear, concise, useful, and well-organized--in the updated third edition of XML in a Nutshell.With XML in a Nutshell beside your keyboard, you'll be able to:Quick-reference syntax rules and usage examples for the core XML technologies, including XML, DTDs, Xpath, XSLT, SAX, and DOMDevelop an understanding of well-formed XML, DTDs, namespaces, Unicode, and W3C XML SchemaGain a working knowledge of key technologies used for narrative XML documents such as web pages, books, and articles technologies like XSLT, Xpath, Xlink, Xpointer, CSS, and XSL-FOBuild data-intensive XML applicationsUnderstand the tools and APIs necessary to build data-intensive XML applications and process XML documents, including the event-based Simple API for XML (SAX2) and the tree-oriented Document Object Model (DOM)This powerful new edition is the comprehensive XML reference. Serious users of XML will find coverage on just about everything they need, from fundamental syntax rules, to details of DTD and XML Schema creation, to XSLT transformations, to APIs used for processing XML documents. XML in a Nutshell also covers XML 1.1, as well as updates to SAX2 and DOM Level 3 coverage. If you need explanation of how a technology works, or just need to quickly find the precise syntax for a particular piece, XML in a Nutshell puts the information at your fingertips.Simply put, XML in a Nutshell is the critical, must-have reference for any XML developer.
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Nothing is as constant as change, and this is as true in enterprise computing as anywhere else. With the recent release of Java 2 Enterprise Edition 1.4, developers are being called on to add even greater, more complex levels of interconnectivity to their applications. To do this, Java developers today need a clear understanding of how to apply the new APIs, use the latest open source Java tools, and learn the capabilities and pitfalls in Java 2 Enterprise Edition 1.4 -- so they can plan a technology and implementation strategy for new enterprise projects. Fortunately, this is exactly what they get with the new Java Enterprise in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition. Because most integrated development environments (IDE) today include API lookup, we took out the main API sections from our previous edition to make room for new chapters, among others, on Ant, Cactus, Hibernate, Jakarta Struts, JUnit, security, XDoclet, and XML/JAXP. Revised and updated for the new 1.4 version of Sun Microsystems Java Enterprise Edition software, Java Enterprise in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition is a practical guide for enterprise Java developers.
When you need answers for programming with C# 5.0, this practical and tightly focused book tells you exactly what you need to know&#8212;without long introductions or bloated samples. Easy to browse, it&#8217;s ideal as quick reference or as a guide to get you rapidly up to speed if you already know Java, C++, or an earlier version of C#. Written by the authors of C# 5.0 in a Nutshell, this book covers the entire C# 5.0 language, including: * All of C#&#8217;s fundamentals * Advanced topics such as operator overloading, type constraints, covariance & contravariance, iterators, nullable types, operator lifting, lambda expressions & closures * LINQ, starting with sequences, lazy execution and standard query operators, and finishing with a complete reference to query expressions * Dynamic binding and C# 5.0&#8217;s new asynchronous functions * Unsafe code & pointers, custom attributes, preprocessor directives, and XML documentation
When Microsoft releases Windows Vista, the new operating system will support applications that employ graphics now used by computer games--clear, stunning, and active. The cornerstone for building these new user interfaces is XAML ('Zammel'), the XML-based markup language that works with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Vista's new graphics subsystem. An acronym for Extensible Application Markup Language, XAML offers a wealth of new controls and elements with exciting capabilities, including animation and rendering of 3D graphics. Windows developers are already jazzed by the possibilities of using XAML for fixed and flow format documents like PDF and HTML, 2D and 3D vector-based graphics, form development, animation, audio and video, transparent layering, and a lot more. Many feel that XAML will eliminate the need for multiple file formats or plug-ins (read: Flash), while lowering development costs and reducing time to market. The problem is, most developers don't know XAML. While it is fairly easy to understand, you still need a quick guide to bring you up to speed before Vista's release, and that's where this book's simple, no nonsense approach comes in. XAML in a Nutshell covers everything necessary to design user interfaces and .NET applications that take advantage of WPF. Prerequisites such as Microsoft's new unified build system, MSBuild, and core XAML constructs and syntax--including shortcuts--are all presented with plenty of examples to get you started. The Core XAML Reference section lets you dig even deeper into syntax rules and attributes for all XAML elements with a series of quick-reference chapters. This section divides XAML elements into logical categories of elements, controls, shapes and geometry, layout, animations, and transformations for easy reference. XAML in a Nutshell helps you learn, firsthand, how to use this XML-based markup language to implement the new generation of user interface graphics. As one reviewer noted, 'Strong code examples and an efficient, conversational style take the tedium out of learning XAML and make the subject understandable--even interesting.'