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Active Java: Object-Oriented Programming for the World Wide Web

by Adam Freeman

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Active Java is a gentle introduction to the use of Java programming languages, starting from first principles and progressing to the point where the reader can employ the advanced facilities of the language. Once you have read this book, you will be able to write substantial Java applications and Applets and incorporate Java code within your web pages. Written in an approachable and knowledgable style, this book will teach you Java. The author's support pages for this book include code, and the book, itself, in both PostScript and Acrobat formats.Stacy's Professional Bookstores is hosting sample chapters from the book in html format on their website. Key Features: Covers the main ideas behind the language and provides a thorough introduction to new concepts and issues associated with using Java Includes coverage of object-oriented programming techniques in Java Practically illustrated throughout with samples of programming code taken from real Applets Provides the opportunity to construct a moderately complex application building on the examples given in the book, with full discussions of the coding techniques and the software construction process… (more)
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Active Java is a gentle introduction to the use of Java programming languages, starting from first principles and progressing to the point where the reader can employ the advanced facilities of the language. Once you have read this book, you will be able to write substantial Java applications and Applets and incorporate Java code within your web pages. Written in an approachable and knowledgable style, this book will teach you Java. The author's support pages for this book include code, and the book, itself, in both PostScript and Acrobat formats.Stacy's Professional Bookstores is hosting sample chapters from the book in html format on their website. Key Features: Covers the main ideas behind the language and provides a thorough introduction to new concepts and issues associated with using Java Includes coverage of object-oriented programming techniques in Java Practically illustrated throughout with samples of programming code taken from real Applets Provides the opportunity to construct a moderately complex application building on the examples given in the book, with full discussions of the coding techniques and the software construction process

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