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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.

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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 great length.

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