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Manning Publications announces the release of:
JDK 1.4 Tutorial
Greenwich, Connecticut - March 19, 2002 Java's success is evident all across the programming landscape, from embedded devices to enterprise-class distributed systems. As its use increases, the pressure grows for it to expand to meet the diverse needs of the developer communities.
JDK 1.4 Tutorial quickly teaches experienced developers as well as novices the new JDK 1.4 features such as a new I/O system, a persistent preferences framework, Java WebStart, and Java regular expressions. It provides a clear exposition of the important new topics with plenty of well-documented code. All the examples are substantial and solve real-world problems without the clutter of unnecessary details. The new features are covered in a comprehensive and matter-of-fact way without digressions into philosophy or theory. After reading this book, developers will be able to use Java's new features with confidence and skill.
About the Author Greg Travis is a consultant and prolific writer based in New York City. He has been a Java programmer since the first day the language was released.
About Manning Publications Co. Manning Publications Co. is a growing and well-respected independent computer book publisher with a reputation of publishing in-depth books written in a clear style, without the fluff. JDK 1.4 Tutorial joins other best-selling Manning Java titles such as Web Development with JavaServer Pages, 2nd ed., Server-Based Java Programming, Swing, and Java Network Programming. JDK 1.4 Tutorial debuts at the JavaOne Conference in March 2002 along with five other new Java titles - Bitter Java, J2EE and XML Development, Java 2 Micro Edition, Java 3D Programming, and Java Instant Messaging: The Jabber Protocols. This book will be available in retail stores in late April 2002.
JDK 1.4 Tutorial
By Gregory M. Travis
ISBN 1930110-456
April 2002 Print edition: Softbound, 408 pages, $34.95
Ebook edition: Pdf format, 8.5 MB, $19.95
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