Wenn Sie bereits komplexe Java-Applikationen für den Desktop-Bereich schreiben, können Sie sich an Unternehmensanwendungen als weitere Herausforderung wagen. Dabei kommen Sie früher oder später mit Datenbanken, den Datenformaten XML oder JSON und auch mit verteilten Applikationen in Berührung. Das notwendige Wissen für einen effizienten Einstieg erlangen Sie in diesem Buch. Michael Inden macht Sie zunächst mit den Grundlagen der professionellen Erstellung von Unternehmensanwendungen vertraut und vermittelt Ihnen substanzielle Kenntnisse zum Informationsaustausch basierend auf XML oder JSON. Darüber hinaus bietet er eine fundierte Einführung in die Persistenz mit relationalen Datenbanken mithilfe von SQL, JDBC und JPA. Schließlich thematisiert der Autor die Datenverarbeitung mit den immer populärer werdenden NoSQL-Datenbanken anhand von MongoDB. Im Praxisalltag kommt oftmals der Wunsch auf, Funktionalität auch im Netzwerk bereitzustellen. Hierfür existieren vielfältige Technologien. Das Buch fokussiert auf die populären »RESTful Webservices« und zeigt Ihnen exemplarisch die Entwicklung von einfachen Client-Server-Applikationen mithilfe von JAX-RS.
Author: Gustavo Alonso, Fabio Casati, Harumi Kuno, Vijay Machiraju
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Like many other incipient technologies, Web services are still surrounded by a substantial level of noise. This noise results from the always dangerous combination of wishful thinking on the part of research and industry and of a lack of clear understanding of how Web services came to be. On the one hand, multiple contradictory interpretations are created by the many attempts to realign existing technology and strategies with Web services. On the other hand, the emphasis on what could be done with Web services in the future often makes us lose track of what can be really done with Web services today and in the short term. These factors make it extremely difficult to get a coherent picture of what Web services are, what they contribute, and where they will be applied. Alonso and his co-authors deliberately take a step back. Based on their academic and industrial experience with middleware and enterprise application integration systems, they describe the fundamental concepts behind the notion of Web services and present them as the natural evolution of conventional middleware, necessary to meet the challenges of the Web and of B2B application integration. Rather than providing a reference guide or a "how to write your first Web service" kind of book, they discuss the main objectives of Web services, the challenges that must be faced to achieve them, and the opportunities that this novel technology provides. Established, as well as recently proposed, standards and techniques (e.g., WSDL, UDDI, SOAP, WS-Coordination, WS-Transactions, and BPEL), are then examined in the context of this discussion in order to emphasize their scope, benefits, and shortcomings. Thus, the book is ideally suited both for professionals considering the development of application integration solutions and for research and students interesting in understanding and contributing to the evolution of enterprise application technologies.
JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Example provides a quick start to programming the JavaFX 2.0 platform. JavaFX 2.0 provides a rich set of APIs for use in creating graphically exciting client applications written solely in Java. You get a large set of customizable components that can be skinned using CSS techniques that you already know from doing web development. The platform even includes a web rendering engine enabling you to mix HTML content into your applications. Hardware acceleration means that your applications are fast and snappy, taking full advantage of modern graphics processing support at the hardware level. JavaFX 2.0 opens the door to business applications that look good, are fun to use, that take advantage of the medium to present data of all types—text, audio, video, etc.—in ways that engage the user and lead to increased productivity. Getting started with JavaFX 2.0 is surprisingly easy. You already have the Java skills. Very likely you know enough of CSS to get by. All that’s left is to get a leg up on the API, and that’s where JavaFX 2.0: Introduction by Example can help. In this short book, author Carl Dea takes you through a series of engaging, fun-to-work examples that bring you up to speed with the major facets of the platform. Begin with the fundamentals of installing the software and creating a simple interface. Move in progressive steps through the process of developing a working dialog box for an application. Then let the fun begin as you explore images and animations, audio and video, and finally learn to embed JavaFX applications in a web page as well as embedding HTML5 content within an application. At the end of this book you’ll have a good grasp of what JavaFX is all about, and you’ll be ready to begin your journey towards mastery of the platform. Entirely example-based Focused on practical applications Full of working code for you to adapt and extend
FileMaker Pro 13
Author: Susan Prosser, Stuart Gripman
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Describes the fundamentals of FileMaker Pro 13, covering such topics as working with layouts, relational database design, calculations, scripting, reporting, security, and Web publishing.
A high-performance data access layer must resonate with the underlying database system. Knowing the inner workings of a relational database and the data access frameworks in use can make the difference between a high-performance enterprise application and one that barely crawls. This book is a journey into Java data access performance tuning. From connection management, to batch updates, fetch sizes and concurrency control mechanisms, it unravels the inner workings of the most common Java data access frameworks. The first part aims to reduce the gap between application developers and database administrators. For this reason, it covers both JDBC and the database fundamentals that are of paramount importance when reducing transaction response times. In this first part, you'll learn about connection management, batch updates, statement caching, result set fetching and database transactions. The second part demonstrates how you can take advantage of JPA and Hibernate without compromising application performance. In this second part, you'll learn about the most efficient Hibernate mappings (basic types, associations, inheritance), fetching best practices, caching and concurrency control mechanisms. The third part is dedicated to jOOQ and its powerful type-safe querying capabilities, like window functions, common table expressions, upsert, stored procedures and database functions.
Java 9 Modularity
Author: Sander Mak, Paul Bakker
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
The upcoming Java 9 module system will affect existing applications and offer new ways of creating modular and maintainable applications. With this hands-on book, Java developers will learn not only about the joys of modularity, but also about the patterns needed to create truly modular and reliable applications. Authors Sander Mak and Paul Bakker teach you the concepts behind the Java 9 module system, along with the new tools it offers. You’ll also gain learn how to modularize existing code and how to build new Java applications in a modular way. Understand Java 9 module system concepts Master the patterns and practices for building truly modular applications Migrate existing applications and libraries to Java 9 modules Use JDK 9 tools for modular development and migration
For too long, developers have worked on disorganized application projects, where every part seemed to have its own build system, and no common repository existed for information about the state of the project. Now there's help. The long-awaited official documentation to Maven is here. Written by Maven creator Jason Van Zyl and his team at Sonatype, Maven: The Definitive Guide clearly explains how this tool can bring order to your software development projects. Maven is largely replacing Ant as the build tool of choice for large open source Java projects because, unlike Ant, Maven is also a project management tool that can run reports, generate a project website, and facilitate communication among members of a working team. To use Maven, everything you need to know is in this guide. The first part demonstrates the tool's capabilities through the development, from ideation to deployment, of several sample applications -- a simple software development project, a simple web application, a multi-module project, and a multi-module enterprise project. The second part offers a complete reference guide that includes: The POM and Project Relationships The Build Lifecycle Plugins Project website generation Advanced site generation Reporting Properties Build Profiles The Maven Repository Team Collaboration Writing Plugins IDEs such as Eclipse, IntelliJ, ands NetBeans Using and creating assemblies Developing with Maven Archetypes Several sources for Maven have appeared online for some time, but nothing served as an introduction and comprehensive reference guide to this tool -- until now. Maven: The Definitive Guide is the ideal book to help you manage development projects for software, web applications, and enterprise applications. And it comes straight from the source.
Author: Balaji Varanasi, Sudha Belida
Introducing Maven is your quick start-up primer guide on Maven. This fully packed mini-book includes the new features and enhancements found in the latest version of Maven. In this short 100-page book, you'll learn all about Maven and how to set it up to use. You'll learn about the Maven life cycle and how to effectively leverage and use it. Also, you'll learn the basics of using site plugins and generating Javadocs, test coverage/FindBugs reports, version/release notes and more. Furthermore, you'll take advantage of Maven's archetypes to bootstrap new projects easily. Finally, you will learn how to integrate Nexus repository manager with Maven release phases. After reading and using this short book, you'll have an understanding of Maven’s dependency management and how to organize basic and multi-module Maven projects.
Photoshop Channel Chops
Author: David Biedny, Bert Monroy, Nathan Moody
Publisher: New Riders
The Master of Photoshop unveils his secrets of the true power behind the most popular image processing program. Unlock the intimidating high-end features of Photoshop to create stunning digital images with this book that takes the experienced designer and digital artist to new heights of proficiency.
Author: Matthew MacDonald
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
This guide is a comprehensive reference for Web developers at all levels. Code samples are mainly in VisualBasic.NET but, where appropriate, there are examples in C#. A special reference section covers the .NET framework.
Nguyen Cao Ky served as South Vietnam's prime minister and its vice president during the years of the Vietnam War's escalation, and of subsequent criticism of the war from the U. S. His memoir provides an insider's look at the disputes and corruption within the government of South Vietnam and the diplomatic struggles with the U. S. during this time. Ky, who was also a military pilot and held the rank of marshal, gives insight into the South Vietnamese military as well, criticizing inaccurate reporting on the war and drawing attention to stories that journalists avoided. Assessing the U. S. ambassadors Bunker and Martin and the role played by foreign aid, Nguyen paint an eye-opening picture of how American politics and elections had a profound effect upon U. S. allies.
Soa Made Simple
Author: Lonneke Dikmans
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
"SOA Made Simple" is a concise and indispensable handbook for finally understanding exactly what Service Oriented Architecture is. Split into three clear sections, in this book you'll learn from both theory as well as step-by-step implementation examples to aid in your understanding of this often poorly- articulated industry term.If you are an architect who wants to be completely clear in your understanding of what SOA is, then this book is essential. In fact, anyone (designer, developer, administrator or team lead) who is implementing or about to implement an architecture in an IT environment should not miss out on "SOA Made Simple." Some previous experience with general software architecture is required, but this guide will tell you everything you need to know about SOA in a clear and easy fashion.
Java 8 in Action
Author: Raoul-Gabriel Urma, Mario Fusco, Alan Mycroft
Publisher: Manning Publications; 1 edition (August 28, 2014)
Every new version of Java is important, but Java 8 is a game changer. Java 8 in Action is a clearly written guide to the new features of Java 8. It begins with a practical introduction to lambdas, using real-world Java code. Next, it covers the new Streams API and shows how you can use it to make collection-based code radically easier to understand and maintain. It also explains other major Java 8 features including default methods, Optional, CompletableFuture, and the new Date and Time API. This book is written for programmers familiar with Java and basic OO programming. What's Inside How to use Java 8's powerful new featuresWriting effective multicore-ready applicationsRefactoring, testing, and debuggingAdopting functional-style programmingQuizzes and quick-check questions About the Authors Raoul-Gabriel Urma is a software engineer, speaker, trainer, and PhD candidate at the University of Cambridge. Mario Fusco is an engineer at Red Hat and creator of the lambdaj library. Alan Mycroft is a professor at Cambridge and cofounder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Table of Contents PART 1 FUNDAMENTALSJava 8: why should you care?Passing code with behavior parameterizationLambda expressionsPART 2 FUNCTIONAL-STYLE DATA PROCESSINGIntroducing streamsWorking with streamsCollecting data with streamsParallel data processing and performancePART 3 EFFECTIVE JAVA 8 PROGRAMMINGRefactoring, testing, and debuggingDefault methods Using Optional as a better alternative to null CompletableFuture: composable asynchronousprogrammingNew Date and Time APIPART 4 BEYOND JAVA 8Thinking functionallyFunctional programming techniquesBlending OOP and FP: comparing Java 8 and Scala Conclusions and where next for JavaAPPENDIXESMiscellaneous language updatesMiscellaneous library updatesPerforming multiple operations in parallelon a streamLambdas and JVM bytecode
"Portrait of two Muslim sisters, once closely bonded, but now on divergent paths as one embraces her religion and the other remains secular"--
Spring in Action
Author: Craig Walls
Publisher: Manning Publications
Spring Framework has been making Java developers more productive and successful for over a dozen years, and it shows no signs of slowing down! Spring in Action, 5th Edition is the fully-updated revision of Manning's bestselling Spring in Action. This new edition includes all Spring 5.0 updates, along with new examples on reactive programming, Spring WebFlux, and microservices. Readers will also find the latest Spring best practices, including Spring Boot for application setup and configuration. Purchase of the print book includes a free eBook in PDF, Kindle, and ePub formats from Manning Publications.