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Beginning Java 7

Java 7
Author: Jeff Friesen
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430239107
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Beginning Java 7 guides you through version 7 of the Java language and a wide assortment of platform APIs. New Java 7 language features that are discussed include switch-on-string and try-with-resources. APIs that are discussed include Threading, the Collections Framework, the Concurrency Utilities, Swing, Java 2D, networking, JDBC, SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, JAX-WS, and SAAJ. This book also presents an introduction to Android app development so that you can apply some of its knowledge to the exciting world of Android app development. This book presents the following table of contents: Chapter 1 introduces you to Java and begins to cover the Java language by focusing on fundamental concepts such as comments, identifiers, variables, expressions, and statements. Chapter 2 continues to explore this language by presenting all of its features for working with classes and objects. You learn about features related to class declaration and object creation, encapsulation, information hiding, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, and garbage collection. Chapter 3 focuses on the more advanced language features related to nested classes, packages, static imports, exceptions, assertions, annotations, generics, and enums. Additional chapters introduce you to the few features not covered in Chapters 1 through 3. Chapter 4 largely moves away from covering language features (although it does introduce class literals and strictfp) while focusing on language-oriented APIs. You learn about Math, StrictMath, Package, Primitive Type Wrapper Classes, Reference, Reflection, String, StringBuffer and StringBuilder, Threading, BigDecimal, and BigInteger in this chapter. Chapter 5 begins to explore Java's utility APIs by focusing largely on the Collections Framework. However, it also discusses legacy collection-oriented APIs and how to create your own collections. Chapter 6 continues to focus on utility APIs by presenting the concurrency utilities along with the Objects and Random classes. Chapter 7 moves you away from the command-line user interfaces that appear in previous chapters and toward graphical user interfaces. You first learn about the Abstract Window Toolkit foundation, and then explore the Java Foundation Classes in terms of Swing and Java 2D. Appendix C explores Accessibility and Drag and Drop. Chapter 8 explores filesystem-oriented I/O in terms of the File, RandomAccessFile, stream, and writer/reader classes. Chapter 9 introduces you to Java's network APIs (e.g., sockets). It also introduces you to the JDBC API for interacting with databases along with the Java DB database product. Chapter 10 dives into Java's XML support by first presenting an introduction to XML (including DTDs and schemas). It next explores the SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, and XSLT APIs. It even briefly touches on the Validation API. While exploring XPath, you encounter namespace contexts, extension functions and function resolvers, and variables and variable resolvers. Chapter 11 introduces you to Java's support for SOAP-based and RESTful web services. As well as providing you with the basics of these web service categories, Chapter 11 presents some advanced topics, such as working with the SAAJ API to communicate with a SOAP-based web service without having to rely on JAX-WS. You will appreciate having learned about XML in Chapter 10 before diving into this chapter. Chapter 12 helps you put to use some of the knowledge you've gathered in previous chapters by showing you how to use Java to write an Android app's source code. This chapter introduces you to Android, discusses its architecture, shows you how to install necessary tools, and develops a simple app. Appendix A presents the solutions to the programming exercises that appear near the end of Chapters 1 through 12. Appendix B introduces you to Java's Scripting API along with Java 7's support for dynamically typed languages. Appendix C introduces you to additional APIs and architecture topics. Examples include Accessibility, classloaders, Console, Drag and Drop, Java Native Interface, and System Tray. Appendix D presents a gallery of significant applications that demonstrate various aspects of Java. Unfortunately, there are limits to how much knowledge can be crammed into a print book. For this reason, Appendixes A, B, C, and D are not included in this book's pages. Instead, these appendixes are freely distributed as PDF files. Appendixes A and B are bundled with the book's associated code file at the Apress website (http://www.apress.com/9781430239093). Appendixes C and D are bundled with their respective code files at my TutorTutor.ca website (http://tutortutor.ca/cgi-bin/makepage.cgi?/books/bj7).
Beginning Java 7
Language: en
Pages: 920
Authors: Jeff Friesen
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-01-24 - Publisher: Apress
Beginning Java 7 guides you through version 7 of the Java language and a wide assortment of platform APIs. New Java 7 language features that are discussed include switch-on-string and try-with-resources. APIs that are discussed include Threading, the Collections Framework, the Concurrency Utilities, Swing, Java 2D, networking, JDBC, SAX, DOM, StAX, XPath, JAX-WS, and SAAJ. This book also presents an introduction to Android app development so that you can apply some of its knowledge to the exciting world of Android app development. This book presents the following table of contents: Chapter 1 introduces you to Java and begins to cover the Java language by focusing on fundamental concepts such as comments, identifiers, variables, expressions, and statements. Chapter 2 continues to explore this language by presenting all of its features for working with classes and objects. You learn about features related to class declaration and object creation, encapsulation, information hiding, inheritance, polymorphism, interfaces, and garbage collection. Chapter 3 focuses on the more advanced language features related to nested classes, packages, static imports, exceptions, assertions, annotations, generics, and enums. Additional chapters introduce you to the few features not covered in Chapters 1 through 3. Chapter 4 largely moves away from covering language
Java 7 for Absolute Beginners
Language: en
Pages: 320
Authors: Jay Bryant
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-03-15 - Publisher: Apress
Java 7 Programming for Absolute Beginners introduces the new core, open source Java Development Kit. Its focus is on practical knowledge and its completeness—it provides all the bits and pieces an utter novice needs to get started programming in Java. It seems as if everyone is writing applications or apps these days for Android, BlackBerry, and the enterprise—it's where the money's at. But, how do they do it? Well, it's best to start by learning Java, one of the most popular programming languages around these days, still. Yes, that's right. This book: Teaches Java development in language anyone can understand, giving you the best possible start Provides simple, step-by-step examples that make learning easy, allowing you to pick up the concepts without fuss Offers clear code descriptions and layout so that you can get your code running as soon as possible
Java 7 Recipes
Language: en
Pages: 872
Authors: Josh Juneau, Mark Beaty, Carl Dea, Freddy Guime, John OConner
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-03-20 - Publisher: Apress
Java 7 Recipes offers solutions to common programming problems encountered every day while developing Java-based applications. Fully updated with the newest features and techniques available, Java 7 Recipes provides code examples involving Servlets, Java FX 2.0, XML, Java Swing, and much more. Content is presented in the popular problem-solution format: Look up the programming problem that you want to solve. Read the solution. Apply the solution directly in your own code. Problem solved! The problem-solution approach sets Java 7 Recipes apart from other books on the topic. Java 7 Recipes is focused less on the language itself and more on what you can do with it that is useful. The book respects your time by always focusing on a task that you might want to perform using the language. Solutions come first. Explanations come later. You are free to crib from the book and apply the code examples directly to your own projects. Covers all-new release of Java: Java 7 Focuses especially on up-and-coming technologies such as Java FX 2.0 Respects your time by focusing on practical solutions you can implement in your own code
Java 7: A Comprehensive Tutorial
Language: en
Pages: 846
Authors: Budi Kurniawan
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-04 - Publisher: Brainy Software Inc
This book covers the most important topics any Java developer should master: object-oriented programming, Java language syntax, and the Java libraries. Designed as a guidebook for those who want to become a Java developer, Java 7: A Comprehensive Tutorial discusses the essential Java programming topics that you need to master in order teach other technologies to yourself.
Java 7 Pocket Guide
Language: en
Pages: 216
Authors: Robert Liguori, Patricia Liguori
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-07-09 - Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
When you need quick answers for developing or debugging Java programs, this pocket guide provides a handy reference to the standard features of the Java programming language and its platform. You’ll find helpful programming examples, tables, figures, and lists, as well as supplemental information about topics including the Java Scripting API, third-party tools, and the basics of the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Updated for new features through Java SE 7, this little book is an ideal companion, whether you’re in the office, in the lab, or on the road. Quickly find Java language details, such as naming conventions, fundamental types, and object-oriented programming elements Get details on the Java SE 7 platform, including development basics, memory management, concurrency, and generics Browse through basic information on NIO 2.0, the G1 Garbage Collector, and Project Coin (JSR-334) features Get supplemental references to development, CM, and test tools; libraries; IDEs; and Java-related scripting languages Find information to help you prepare for the Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 7 Programmer I exam
Java SE 7 Programming Essentials
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Michael Ernest
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-11-05 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
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What's New in Java 7
Language: en
Pages: 14
Authors: Madhusudhan Konda
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-20 - Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Java 7 has a number of features that will please developers. Madhusudhan Konda provides an overview of these, including strings in switch statements, multi-catch exception handling, try-with-resource statements, the new File System API, extensions of the JVM, support for dynamically-typed languages, and the fork and join framework for task parallelism.
Java 7
Language: un
Pages: 480
Authors: Pellegrino Principe
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011 - Publisher:
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Pro Java 7 NIO.2
Language: en
Pages: 296
Authors: Anghel Leonard
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2012-01-28 - Publisher: Apress
Pro Java 7 NIO.2 addresses the three primary elements that offer new input/output (I/O) APIs in Java 7, giving you the skills to write robust, scalable Java applications: An extensive file I/O API system addresses feature requests that developers have sought since the inception of the JDK A socket channel API addresses multicasting, socket binding associated with channels, and related issues An asynchronous I/O API enables mapping to I/O facilities, completion ports, and various I/O event port mechanisms to enhance scalability NIO.2 for the Java platform, known as JSR 203, is a major feature of the new Java JDK 7 under the leadership of Alan Bateman as an OpenJDK project. Take advantage of these exciting new developments with Pro Java 7 NIO.2.
Learning Java
Language: en
Pages: 807
Authors: Patrick Niemeyer, Jonathan Knudsen
Categories: Computers
Type: BOOK - Published: 2002 - Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
A tutorial introducing Java basics covers programming principles, integrating applets with Web applications, and using threads, arrays, and sockets.