Java is an object-oriented language similar to C++ that can be utilized on a variety of platforms
via Java Virtual Machines, or JVMs. Java has a number of features that makes the language well
suited for use on the World Wide Web.
- Learn AspectJ Using Eclipse AJDT
- AspectJ is the Java-based de facto standard for aspect-oriented programming (AOP). Learn all about this exciting technology by creating an AspectJ project in Eclipse.
- Fine Tuning Your Java 6 Database-Driven ResourceBundle
- Learn how to subclass the Java 6 ResourceBundle to fetch multilingual display text from a relational database.
- Create Database-driven Resource Bundles with Java and MySQL
- Learn a Java internationalization mechanism that allows you to add a new localization without modifying application code using a MySQL database-driven ResourceBundleControl.
- Using Java 6 to Access Translatable Text in XML Files
- Learn how to use the Java 6 ResourceBundle.Control object in conjunction with the properties class to access XML files.
- Isolating Locale-specific Text in International Java Applications
- Learn how to isolate locale-specific text in international Java applications using ResourceBundles and Properties files.
- Locale-sensitive Operations and Services in International Java Applications
- Java SE has integrated internationalization support that provides language- or culture-dependent functionality. Explore some classes that work with locales and learn how to create your own.
- Using the Java Locale Object to Internationalize Your Application
- Get a breakdown of the Java Locale object and its important features, as well as some of the important classes that are affected by Locale.
- Translating Between Unicode and Non-Unicode Character Sets in Java
- You can use Java APIs not only to help translate characters, strings, and text streams to other languages, but also to convert Unicode character sets to non-Unicode and vice versa.
- Internationalizing a Locale-specific Application in Java
- The Java SE platform allows you to adapt (localize) your applications to various languages and regions easily, cost-effectively, and without having to re-engineer the software.
- Beginning Java 2 SDK 1.4 Edition
- This book excerpt focuses on the creation and usage of classes; the
heart of the Java language. From Wrox Press.
- Getting out of the Sandbox: Building an Applet Proxy Server
- Learn how to create an applet proxy server to mine data from anywhere. Downloadable
code plus a working applet by Kyle Downey.
- Java Servlets Developer's Guide
- Author Karl Moss shares servlet performance tips and tricks in this
excerpt from the OsBorne/McGraw-Hill title. Learn about the small coding
habits you need to get into (or break) that will allow you to get the
best performance out of your Java servlets.
- A Java-JSP Menu Builder for HierMenus
- When a single static array of menus isn't a viable option, HM implementors often
turn to server-side techniques. This case-in-point solution utilizes JSP tecchnology
to auto-generate HierMenu arrays on a page by page basis.
- Professional Java Web Services
- Our excerpt from chapter 3 of the Wrox Press title discusses the Apache SOAP module at
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Revised: November 13, 2002