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Java 2 for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guide)

by Dori Smith

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0201748649, Paperback)

Maybe you've mastered HTML and JavaScript and you're looking for another Web language to add to your list. Or perhaps you're a C++ or VB programmer looking to try your skills on the Web. With Java 2 for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, you don't even need a background in programming, just a desire to gain a working knowledge of Java 2, the faster, easier to deploy, and more secure version of this famously dynamic Web language.

In time-tested Visual QuickStart style, the book doesn't just tell you how to program Java applications for the Web--it shows you, breaking the world of Java into step-by-step tasks and providing the code behind the examples. Thanks to the straightforward, task-based format, you can learn what you need to know, when you need to know it. Java newbies can work from cover to cover; more seasoned programmers can use the page tabs to go straight to a specific topic. The author of the original edition of this book has completely revised it for Java 2, including four new chapters on debugging, Swing, servlets, and writing a news ticker. You'll soon find out for yourself why Internet programmers love this cross-platform language.

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