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Java thin-client programming for the network environment

Java thin-client programming for the network environment

Henri Jubin, Jurgen Friedrichs

352 pages, parution le 01/12/1998

Résumé

This end-to-end guide shows developers how they can achieve powerful results with thin clients and network computing right now. Start by gaining an in-depth understanding of the network computing paradigm. Then, walk step-by-step through designing, developing, implementing and optimizing thin-client Java applications for any environment: intranet or Internet, LAN-based or enterprise-wide. Review each key mechanism for building distributed Java applications, including HTTP, RMI, sockets, Java servlets, and JDBC. Discover advanced techniques for optimizing thin-client code; and watch Java at work in IBM SmartCard and X-10 home control applications. Finally, deploy distributed Java applications on IBM's new Network Station 1000. Network computing promises lower costs, greater efficiency, easier management and revolutionary new applications. This book shows developers precisely how to deliver on those promises. All Java developers and others interested in deploying thin clients or network computers.

Features:

  • Leverage Java, HTTP, RMI, sockets, servlets, JDBC, IBM Network Stations and more.
  • Optimize Java code for thin-client environments
  • Great CD-ROM!
  • IBM VisualAge for Java (trial version)
  • IBM DB2 Universal Database V.5 (trial version)
  • Lotus Domino Go Web Server
  • SitePad Pro Java/HTML/VRML IDE
  • Free MindQ Java training
  • Sun's JDK 1.1.6, plus tons of source code!

Table of contents :


Figures
Tables
Preface
1. Introduction
2. Network Computing and Network Computers
3. Distributed Applications
4. HTML-Based Clients
5. Java-Based Clients
6. Design Decisions
7. Java Servlets and HTTP Communication
8. Java Servers Using JDBC
9. Java Servers and Socket Communication
10. Java Servers and RMI Communication
11. Client Diets
12. Tasty Additions
13. NC Deployment: Using IBM Network Stations
14. Java in the IBM Network Station
Appendix A: Brief HTML Reference
Appendix B: Java Development: Using VisualAge for Java
Appendix C: Special Notices
Appendix D: Related Publications
How To Get ITSO Redbooks
List of Abbreviations
Index
ITSO Redbook Evaluation

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Éditeur(s) Prentice Hall
Auteur(s) Henri Jubin, Jurgen Friedrichs
Parution 01/12/1998
Nb. de pages 352
Format 235 x 175
EAN13 9780130111173

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