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Using Java 1.1

by Joe Weber

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The programmer s tutorial/reference on Java 1.2 that contains detailed descriptions of Sun s Java 1.2 standards, APIs, class libraries, and programming tools

Covers major third-party products like Microsoft s Java SDK 2.0, AFC, and RNI products which are rapidly gaining popularity Contains step-by-step instruction for developers on how to create channels that broadcast sound and video, and how to charge users for accessing them

Covers other relevant Sun, Microsoft, and OMG technologies for Java and ActiveX, including CORBA, Java IDL, Joe, JavaBeans, and Enterprise JavaBeansProvides Web Developers with tools to make information on their sites easily accessible to users, and tips to make the tools more efficient Contains over 20,000 lines of documented Java code that show programmers the detailes of building sophisticated Java applicationsContains all tools necessary to get started: a CD of JavaScript Code, Java Applets, style sheets, and templates There is currently no direct competition with this book -Complete tutorial/reference for experienced users that gives detailed coverage of the Java 1.2 language, APIs, class libraries, and programming tools -Contains a wealth of professional programming techniques, work-arounds, and thousands of lines of code that show programmers how to build sophisticated Java applications -Netscape Netcaster is a new component of the Communicator package that implements passive browsing by collecting information from the Web and making it available immediately to the user, without the user having to seek it out



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