Pro Java 7 NIO.2 (Professional Apress)
The recommended entry point to start exploring the NIO.2 API, also known as “JSR 203: More New I/O
APIs for the Java Platform” (NIO.2), is the new abstract class java.nio.file.Path. This class is a
milestone of NIO.2, and every application that involves I/O operations will exploit the powerful facilities
Java Performance: The Definitive Guide
Coding and testing are often considered separate areas of expertise. In this comprehensive guide, author and Java expert Scott Oaks takes the approach that anyone who works with Java should be equally adept at understanding how code behaves in the JVM, as well as the tunings likely to help its performance.
iText in Action
With iText, one can transform PDF documents into live, interactive applications quickly and easily. This free and open source library for Java and .NET is the leading tool of its kind, and was primarily developed and maintained by Bruno Lowagie, the author of this book.
iText in Action, Second Edition offers an...
Learn Java for Android Development
Android development is hot, and many programmers are interested in joining the fun. However, because this technology is based on Java, you should first obtain a solid grasp of the Java language and its foundational APIs to improve your chances of succeeding as an Android app developer. After all, you will be busy learning the architecture of...
Java Performance Companion
Java® Performance Companion shows how to systematically and proactively improve Java performance with today’s advanced multicore hardware and complex operating system environments.
The authors, who are all leading Java performance...
Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Developer's Guide
If you’ve dipped a toe into Java EE development and would now like to dive right in, this is the book for you. Introduces the key components of WebLogic Server and all that’s great about Java EE 6.
Create a complete Java EE 6 application leveraging WebLogic features like JMS, SOAP and...
Java For Dummies
Java is good stuff. I’ve been using it for years. I like Java because it’s very
orderly. Almost everything follows simple rules. The rules can seem
intimidating at times, but this book is here to help you figure them out. So, if
you want to use Java and want an alternative to the traditional techie, softcover
Java Phrasebook (Developer's Library)
Earlier this year, I was asked by an editor at Pearson to write this phrasebook focused on Java. It is one of several in their Phrasebook series. Christian Wenz wrote the first one in the series, the PHP Phrasebook. The concept for the phrasebook series comes from the foreign language phrasebooks....
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