Under the Christmas Tree: New XML Books (2/2) - exploring XML
Java Web Services for Experienced Programmers
"Java Web Services for Experienced Programmers" offers a complete overview of Java Web services using the Deitel LIVE-CODE approach, which presents programming concepts in the context of complete, working programs followed by screen shots of the input/output dialogs that occur when the program executes. The book features over 100 snippets that contain over 10,000 lines of code.
The book starts with XML and covers XML markup, Document Type Definitions, the Document Object Model and XSL transformations. The Deitels also detail core Web-services technologies such as SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI, including Java tools such as Java Web Services Developer Pack, Java 2 Micro Edition, JAX-RPC, JAXM, wireless Web services, and more.
The Deitel Developer Series is designed for professional programmers. The series presents focused treatments of emerging technologies, including .NET, J2EE, Web services, and more. Each book in the series features the same LIVE-CODE teaching methodology used also in the Deitels' How to Program Series of college textbooks and instructor-led corporate-training courses.
Table of Contents
The book covers every relevant acronym in the Web servicea alphabet soup in adequate detail:
- Creating Markup with XML
- Document Type Definition (DTD)
- Document Object Model (DOM)
- XSL: Extensibe Stylesheet Language Transformations (XSLT)
- SOAP-Based Web-Services Platforms
- Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
- Java API for XML-based Remote Procedure Calls (JAX-RPC)
- Java API for XML Registries (JAXR)
- JAXM and SAAJ
- Computer and Internet Security
- Web Services Security
- Wireless Web Services and Java 2 Micro Edition
- Case Study: Architecture and Web-Service Implementations
- Case Study: Client Applications
- Case Study: Deployment
- Java Server Pages (JSP)
These two books are worthy additions to my book list. Don't forget to stop by before finishing your wish list. I wish all readers Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Produced by Michael Claßen
Created: Dec 16, 2002
Revised: Dec 16, 2002