Authors Carl Albing and Michael Schwarz take their extensive experience and apply it to the real-world practicalities of business-logic object analysis, database design, Java servlet UIs, JavaServer Pages (JSP) UIs, Swing GUIs, and Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) GUIs. Albing and Schwarz incorporate discussion of the popular JBoss Application Server, the Apache Geronimo Application Servers, as well as Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB).
The authors have organized the book into 24 chapters organized into five major parts: Part I- â€œGetting Startedâ€; Part II- â€œDeveloping Business Logicâ€; Part III- â€œDeveloping Graphical User Interfacesâ€; Part IV- â€œDeveloping Web Interfacesâ€; Part V- â€œDeveloping Enterprise Scale Softwareâ€. To view a complete Table of Contents, link here: http://www.phptr.com/title/013143697X
Aside from the coherent and systematic instruction, the book also provides great value from its presentation and review of many solid developer tools that are free of license fees.
â€œWeâ€™re writing the guide book we wish we had had when we started writing and deploying Java applications on Linux,â€ Schwarz said.
Java Application Development on Linux currently has some example code available for download at the authorsâ€™ site: http://www.javalinuxbook.com. The book will be available through major chain and independent booksellers nationwide and through online vendors at a suggested retail price of U.S. $39.99. It is published as part of the Bruce Perensâ€™ Open Source Series.
About the Authors:
Carl Albing http://www.carlalbing.com is a programmer/analyst and consultant with more than twenty years of industry experience, most recently building business solutions using Linux and Java technologies. Michael Schwarz is a software engineer and has worked on Linux since the beginning. He is a contributing writer for Linux Journal and was the lead author of MultiTool Linux (Addison-Wesley, 2002).
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