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Get to Know Us. After reading the first part of this book, I was deeply disappointed. This book has lots of chapters covering many subjects but none of them goes deep enough to let you really learn what that thing means. The author seems obsessed with AWT and applets in spite of neither having been used much this century.

It covers a lot of topics, but none of them well. I recommend this book for beginners. J2EE is vast, and the book can help you navigate to the specific subjects that you want to drill down into. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The book gives short shrift to swing.

The above book is quite good to have a fast reference to scan through, if one prefers to use a book than to sort it out on the computer. No code sample, no usage It is recommended for developers related to both web and direct j2ee applications, and is a state-of-the-art guide, widely read and used in the industry.


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Although the author does touch on every subject associated with J2EE he fails to connect all the dots. Buy the selected items together This item: Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Herhert basics are not covered that well.

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Discover Prime Book Box for Kids. The author writes well, and clearly, but wrote for the hsrbert audience. This book is not for the complete Java novice. I don’t know, it’s okay.

I like it for a couple of reasons – It was cheaper than the book, more convenient to carry when I travel and it’s very easy to do quick searches in the reference to find what I need.

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The book lists down best practices for working with jsps, ejbs, jdbcs, and java servlets, listing down ways to build components using these tools. It compkete has a section on implementing wsdl, or the web service description language. Why are reference manuals always too much or too little?


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TBS; 1st edition Language: Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. You can even download the doc to have on your machine. Herb has even included expanded coverage of Swing–the toolkit that defines the look and feel of the modern Java GUI. But, over time, I am now finding it to be quicker to search online to find an answer about Java than it is to look at the Kindle and search.

Most of the code examples are written in a procedural style that wouldn’t have been out of place in A Complste Guideand many others.

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Joel Fritz Top Contributor: The Complete Reference, Ninth Edition. If I was searching for list of classes and methods, the Sun documentation available online is more than good.

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