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eBook Java 2 Bible (Bible (Wiley)) ePub

by Justin Couch,Aaron E. Walsh

  • ISBN: 0764546325
  • Category: Programming Languages
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Justin Couch,Aaron E. Walsh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc; 1 edition (September 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 905
  • ePub book: 1839 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1227 kb
  • Other: azw lrf doc docx
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 718

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Aaron E. Walsh (Author), Justin Couch (Author) . The Java 2 Bible offers practical tips for deploying Java applets and applications, including how to use the Java 2 plug-in and JAR files for distributing your finished software

Aaron E. Walsh (Author), Justin Couch (Author), Daniel H. Steinberg (Author). The Java 2 Bible offers practical tips for deploying Java applets and applications, including how to use the Java 2 plug-in and JAR files for distributing your finished software. Chock full of examples and never dull, the new Java 2 Bible can help virtually anyone get started with Java.

Willey (Hungryminds) do not support this book any more - Book lacks complete runnable examples.

Willey (Hungryminds) do not support this book any more. au/~justin/about/resume. Book lacks complete runnable examples.

As an experienced C programmer I have to say that this bookis a great introduction to Java 2 but it is not forbeginners from my experience. The chapers are written in afriendly way that makes them easy enough to understand, butafter the first section that covers getting up to speed withJava in general, Object Oriented Programming concepts, etcyou REALLY have be a programmer to absorb the concepts andexamples.

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Offering thorough coverage of the essentials of Java 2 programming, this programmer's handbook covers all major versions of the Web programming language and explains how to use Java classes, object-oriented techniques, Java GUI programming using the AWT and JFC and Swing packages, and more, accompanied a variety of real-world examples. Original. (Intermediate)

Comments

Jonariara Jonariara
This is the third review I have posted for this book. The first two were rejected for some unspecified reason, but I suspect it is because I used the "B" word in referring to the darn title of the book and Amazon considers that word politically incorrect (even though there is absolutely no religious connotation). So I will simply say that this book maintains the high quality that is consistent with the other Wiley "B" series books that I own. I would add that, even though used, it is also physically in great shape.
Jazu Jazu
Major problems:

- Willey (Hungryminds) do not support this book any more. No supplemental web site, no book available on their web, isbn unknown. Author doesn't provide any support ([...]) on his site.

- Book lacks complete runnable examples. I don't care which tools should I use to run (ant, eclipse, websphere, jbuilder - all trials available).

- It is not for beginners, it is not for gurus. I respect the good books for beginners. A good beginner book can make a guru out of a newbie, depends on the author's approach and reader's way of learning. If they match, you have win-win combination.

-Too much introductions in each chapter, e.g. related to LDAP, Novell Directory Services product was introduced in 1994, bla bla bla, it includes many good things, bla bla, it is shame that programers dont benefit of its capabilities, bla bla. - Oh ! Come on, who cares ! Give us the real stuff, give us examples and show us how to improve them, show us advantages and disadvantages of each approach. Give us some skeletons. No sencences starting "In 1998...".

I wish this book was written as some of my favourites. After all, this is not a bad book, but you will need at least 5 other books to learn what you need to know.

So far O'Reilly's Struts book (isbn 0596006519) helped me to integrate struts and ejb. Addison Wesley Pr, Websphere related book helped me out with IDE (032118579X), and several IBM red books helped me to learn what I needed.

Finally best book ever written, with the best examples, attitude, is isbn 0072226846. It is a j2se book. By my opinion this should be a new standard of writing books. Exact, sharp, smart, examples, rules, best practices, etc. If only they could write a j2ee book.

Finally 2 starts go to this book. I never rated any j2ee book with 4 or 5 stars, so 2 should be good.

My big disappointment about many j2ee books is that the best articles and examples and answers to my questions are found on the internet. I am still looking for a j2ee top book.
Reggy Reggy
I don't really know what to make of this book. It started out great. I devoured the first 5 chapters (~170 pages) in a weekend. Then, inexplicably, the authors depart from their tutoring role and go into lecture mode. After the obligatory HelloWorld example and a few sample applications and applets in the first part of the book, we are subjected to reading the next 200 pages before another interactive exercise appears. It's a shame, too, because I really like the authors' writing style. They definitely kept me interested but I just felt that I wasn't learning anything with the meager offering of hands-on exercises. I'll give the book 2 stars for the excellent Part I of the book. The rest is all down hill. What a letdown.
Gozragore Gozragore
I couldn't recommend this book to anyone.
I bought this book on the strength of the publisher, simply because the Javascript Bible is so fantastic. What waste of my money.
What really tears at a technical book is it's ability as a reference. In this regard, it is useless, clumsy and horrible. I was trying to learn java coming from ASP & JavaScript experience and this got me nowhere. Trying to code with this at my side just didn't work.
If you want to learn java, go straight to the source...Want a reference... learn to use javadoc.
This book showed me nothing, and did little to excite myself in Java. It shows that the writers came from another language, and weren't excited about what java was bringing to the table.
For example: From the outset, java was an integration of a wealth of experience from it's developers. Built into the language is a documentation tool. JavaDoc. Brilliant to use, and truly an excellent solution. This book did tell you to have documentation, but all their code is blocks of single line comments! They do mention JavaDoc... but why not use it yourself!??
Never got anything from this book. Threw the book out last week.
Can't believe a contryman below gave it a good wrap. sad.
lacki lacki
As an experienced C programmer I have to say that this book
is a great introduction to Java 2 but it is not for
beginners from my experience. The chapers are written in a
friendly way that makes them easy enough to understand, but
after the first section that covers getting up to speed with
Java in general, Object Oriented Programming concepts, etc
you REALLY have be a programmer to absorb the concepts and
examples.
Starting with chapter 6 the authors take off the kid gloves.
This particular section was the most complex part of the
book for me, and I found it easier to skim through this
collection of chapters lightly at first and then revist
these topics later once I got into the other more hands-on
parts of the book (such as input/output, creating graphical
user interfaces, and networking, etc): plan to make two
passes on the "middle" chapters if you want to memorize them
by heart.
Because the Java language is covered in such detail I found
this book to be a good desk reference for fundamental
concepts, making it a good book for C programmers like me
who want to learn Java, especially when combined with the
free online API specifications. Overall I give it four out
of five stars. Between the book itself and the free online
support site it was defintely worth the $$ since I bought it
used, but be warned it's not for beginners!