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Advanced Java Programming by Uttam Kumar Roy
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Advanced Java Programming

by Uttam Kumar Roy

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Advanced Java Programming is a textbook specially designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Computer Science, Information Technology, and Computer Applications (BE/BTech/BCA/ME/M.Tech/MCA). Divided into three parts, the book provides an exhaustive coverage of topics taught in advanced Java and other related subjects. It first introduces important language features such as Reflection, JNI, template, AWT and swing, Security etc. The second part primarily focuses on core network programming concepts such as sockets, RMI, Mail, XML-RPC etc. The state-of-the-art concepts such as SOAP, Applet, Servlet, JSP, JDBC, Hibernate, JMS, J2EE, JNDI, CORBA, JSF etc. have been discussed in the last part. The content is enhanced with numerous illustrations, examples, program codes, and screenshots. With its lucid presentation and inclusion of numerous real-world examples and codes, the book will be equally useful for Java professionals.

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