Java Sections

Published on: April 1, 2003
Last Updated: April 1, 2003

Java Sections

Published on: April 1, 2003
Last Updated: April 1, 2003

Newest Java Articles

JCP Watch: Mobile Graphics and Multimedia, WSDL API’s and Service Quality Management Support
By Apu Shah – Published 03/26/2003
Updates on the happenings with the Java Community Process.

Introduction To Jython

By O’Reilly & Associates – Published 03/25/2003
What do you get when you cross Python and Java? An implementation of the Python scripting language written in 100% pure Java that runs under any compliant Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Using Jython, you can write Python programs that interact with any Java code. The Jython interpreter supports a number of shortcuts, which make using Java libraries as easy as using your own Python code.

Interview With Jim Russell, Director Of Emerging Technologies for IBM Websphere

By Michael Stevens – Published 03/19/2003
Get Jim Russell’s perspective on service-oriented architecture, Web services, and IBM’s new technology, Allegro.

Mastering Interaction Modes

By Mauro Marinilli – Published 03/19/2003
Learn how the basic modalities of user interaction translates into real-world GUI design.

Understanding Properties in Java and C#

By Richard G. Baldwin – Published 03/18/2003
Baldwin explains the use of properties in Java and C#, and explains the differences between the two.

Software Developers—Learn Another Language

By Robert Bogue – Published 03/17/2003
How you too can get along with your systems integrator.

Working With JAX-RPC

By Sams Publishing – Published 03/13/2003
The emergence of XML brought RPC (Remote Procedure Calls) back in fashion. Learn about the JAX-RPC mechanism of using XML-RPC, as well as how to use APIs defined in the JAX-RPC specification to create a Web service and a client.

Fundamentals of Data Security (Web Services Application and Security, Part 3)

By Sridhar Ravuthula – Published 03/13/2003
Discover the key approaches that are involved in the encryption and decryption of the data in the way to make an application secure within a Web Service.

JCP Watch: Business Processes, More XML Support and Enhanced Java Platform Support on Small Devices

By Apu Shah – Published 03/12/2003
Updates on the happenings with the Java Community Process.

Struts From Scratch

By Kevin Bedell – Published 03/10/2003
Walk through the steps for installing Struts and a basic “Hello World!” sample application ‘from scratch’. It assumes that you are brand new to Struts and that you’re also fairly new to Java Server Pages (JSP) and programming in general.

Highlighted Java Tutorials

The Essence of OOP Using Java, Inheritance, Part 1
By Richard G. Baldwin –
Baldwin shows you how to extend an existing class to create a new class. The new class is the blueprint for a new type. This is the mechanism for class inheritance in Java. Inheritance provides a formal mechanism for code reuse.

Good Java Style: Part 1

By Thornton Rose –
Worrying about good style may seem like a waste of time, but it behooves us to write our code such that the thoughts and ideas it expresses are exceptionally clear.

JXTA for Wireless Java Programmers

By Bilal Siddiqui –
Interested in adding J2ME devices in Peer-to-Peer (P2P) computing? This new series will use JXTA as an example P2P network and show why, when, and how to use J2ME as a JXTA peer.

An Introduction To JSP Standard Template Library (JSTL)

By Jeff Heaton –
What would you say if we told you that JSP programmers could program using tags rather than Java code? Interested in hearing more? Jeff Heaton provides an introduction to JSTL for someone already familiar with JSP programming but new to the template library.

J2ME Core Concepts

By Eric Giguère –
At the heart of Java 2 Micro Edition (J2ME) are three core concepts: configurations, profiles, and optional packages.

Introduction To EJBs

By Sams Publishing –
Why use Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)? What are the common types of EJBs? What are the common uses? Check out this article for the answers to these questions and more in this first of four excerpts on EJB from the book Sams Teach Yourself J2EE in 21 Days.

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Bobby Lawson is a seasoned technology writer with over a decade of experience in the industry. He has written extensively on topics such as cybersecurity, cloud computing, and data analytics. His articles have been featured in several prominent publications, and he is known for his ability to distill complex technical concepts into easily digestible content.