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Linux Application Development For The Enterprise (Programming Series)
by:Satya Sai Kolachina
The Linux operating system is not limited to just game or open source programming, but can be used to build the same applications as in any other commercial UNIX environment. This book provides information, techniques, and source code for developing commercial-grade applications on the Linux operating system. Backed by industry leaders like IBM, Oracle,...
The Linux operating system is not limited to just game or open source programming, but can be used to build the same applications as in any other commercial UNIX environment. This book provides information, techniques, and source code for developing commercial-grade applications on the Linux operating system. Backed by industry leaders like IBM, Oracle, Sun Microsystems, and Borland, Linux is also the only operating system that runs on a wide range of computers. It is compatible with laptops, desktops, mid-range servers, and mainframe computers, making the operating system suitable for both server and client machines. The book includes a companion CD-ROM with projects, source code, and all the figures from the book. SELECTED TOPICS: IDE Devices; Booting Process: Linux the Sole OS on the Computer; Linux Installed along with Windows; vi Editor; GNU Emacs Editor; sed Stream Editor; gawk Scripting Language; Shell Scripting; Advanced Concepts of the C++ Language; Java-based Cross-Platform Development; Borland Kylix Platform; CLX Component Library; Creating Database Applications; Java-based IDEs; Building an application in JDK 1.4.1; Developing CORBA Applications Using Borland and Java; Java Messaging Service; J2EE Tools for Web Development; JSP Programming Elements; Jakarta Struts; Enterprise JavaBeans, and more. Key Features! * Serves as a ready reference for most common Linux/ UNIX tools, e.g., the vi and Emacs editors, grep, awk, sed, and shell scripting * Features object-oriented enterprise development with the focus on Java/ J2EE-based technologies * Teaches developers how to deliver commercial-grade applications with Linux, e.g., desktop and database applications, TCP and UDP socket-based client server applications, Java and CORBA-based distributed applications, JSP/J2EE-based Web applications, and development of Enterprise Java Beans * Provides a complete suite of examples for building enterprise Java applications, with more than half the book devoted to Java-based development, making it equally useful for Linux development and Java development on Linux ON THE CD! * PROJECTS & SOURCE CODE: Complete directories and source code for the examples and projects contained in the book * IMAGES: Contains all of the figures from the text * Serves as a ready reference for most common Linux/ UNIX tools, e.g., the vi and Emacs editors, grep, awk, sed, and shell scripting * Features object-oriented enterprise development with the focus on Java/ J2EE-based technologies Please consult the appendix (On the CD-ROM) for specific details. General Requirements: Intel Pentium III/IV-based computer, running either Red Hat Linux 8.0 or 9.0, or SuSE Linux 8.1 or 8.2; check respective specifications for memory requirements. For J2EE examples, a minimum of 512MB of memory is required to run the application server.
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