Develop modular applications using the Java Platform Module System, the single most anticipated feature in Java 9. You will improve maintainability and performance of your Java applications by deploying only modules that are needed and encapsulating their implementation details. Until now Java has been monolithic. Using any one part of Java has meant incorporating the entirety of the runtime environment, an approach ill-suited to the increasing number of IoT devices such as fitness monitors, kitchen appliances, toys and games, and so forth. This book shows a new way, to make Java scale from the smallest of footprints in the smallest of devices through desktop PCs and on up to server platforms. With Java 9 Modularity Revealed you will learn to make your projects more reliable and scalable than ever using the most important feature in Java 9-The Java Platform Module System, known more commonly as Project Jigs aw. You will learn how to avoid one of the major pain points of Java programming, that of conflicting class names from different modules, or packages. You will learn to create custom run-time images that represent a minimal and more compact JRE containing only those modules that you need. You will further learn to migrate existing Java applications to modular ones using different approaches and tools. The end result is a new ability to plug together different modules without fear of namespace and other conflicts, and you can deploy to everything from small devices to large servers. This book provides code examples and explanations. What You´ll Learn Build Java applications using the new modular system introduced in Java 9 Create your own JRE consisting only of the modules that you require Adapt your testing techniques toward modular applications lare your dependencies on other modules Enable modules to export only specific packages Migrate existing Java applications to modular ones Improve maintainability and performance of Java applications Who This Book Is For Experienced Java programmers wanting to keep up and become informed on the new modularity support in Java 9
Master the Java EE 8 and JSF (JavaServer Faces) APIs and web framework with this practical, projects-driven guide to web development. This book combines theoretical background with a practical approach by building four real-world applications. By developing these JSF web applications, you´ll take a tour through the other Java EE technologies such as JPA, CDI, Security, WebSockets, and more. In Practical JSF in Java EE 8 , you will learn to use the JavaServer Faces web framework in Java EE 8 to easily construct a web-based user interface from a set of reusable components. Next, you add JSF event handling and then link to a database, persist data, and add security and the other bells and whistles that the Java EE 8 platform has to offer. After reading this book you will have a good foundation in Java-based web development and will have increased your proficiency in sophisticated Java EE 8 web development using the JSF framework. What You Will Learn Use the Java EE 8 and the JavaServer Faces APIs to build Java-based web applications through four practical real-world case studies Process user input with JSF and the expression language by building a calculator application Persist data using JSF templating and Java Persistence to manage an inventory of books Create and manage an alumni database using JSF, Ajax, web services and Java EE 8´s security features. Who This Book Is For Those new to Java EE 8 and JSF. Some prior experience with Java is recommended.
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Master the fundamentals of Scala and understand its emphasis on functional programming that sets it apart from Java. This book will help you translate what you already know in Java to Scala to start your functional programming journey. Learn Scala is split into four parts: a tour of Scala, a comparison between Java and Scala, Scala-specific features and functional programming idioms, and finally a discussion about adopting Scala in existing Java teams and legacy projects. After reading and using this tutorial, you´ll come away with the skills in Scala to kick-start your productivity with this growing popular language. What You´ll Learn Tour Scala and learn the basic syntax, constructs, and how to use the REPL Translate Java syntax that you already know into Scala Learn what Scala offers over and above Java Become familiar with functional programming concepts and idioms Gain tips and advice useful when transitioning existing Java projects to Scala Who This Book Is For Java developers looking to transition to Scala. No prior experience necessary in Scala.
Build Android apps using the popular and efficient Android Studio 3 suite of tools, an integrated development environment (IDE) for Android developers using Java APIs. With this book, you´ll learn the latest and most productive tools in the Android tools ecosystem, ensuring quick Android app development and minimal effort on your part. Along the way, you´ll use Android Studio to develop Java-based Android apps, tier by tier through practical examples. These examples cover core Android topics such as notifications and toast; intents and broadcast receivers; and services. Then, you´ll learn how to publish your apps and sell them online and in the Google Play store. What You´ll Learn Use Android Studio 3 to quickly and confidently build your first Android apps Build an Android user interface using activities and layouts, event handling, images, menus and the action bar Incorporate new elements including fragments Integrate data with data persistence Access the cloud Who This Book Is For Those who may be new to Android Studio 3 or Android Studio in general. You may or may not be new to Android development in general. Some prior experience with Java is also recommended.
Notre système est réalisé sur une plateforme JEE suivant une approche orientée composant au sein du CRM OpenSales. Il est déployé sur le serveur d´application JBOSS AS qui interagit avec une base de données SQL SERVER selon une architecture 3-tiers. Diverses technologies du Web sont utilisées notamment le Framework Tapestry 5 pour la couche présentation, les EJB 3.0 pour la couche métier et pour la couche accès aux données, le Framework Maven2 pour la gestion des projets java et le Framework JUnit pour les tests unitaires.
Logic Programming is the name given to a distinctive style of programming, very different from that of conventional programming languages such as C++ and Java. By far the most widely used Logic Programming language is Prolog. Prolog is a good choice for developing complex applications, especially in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Logic Programming with Prolog does not assume that the reader is an experienced programmer or has a background in Mathematics, Logic or Artificial Intelligence. It starts from scratch and aims to arrive at the point where quite powerful programs can be written in the language. It is intended both as a textbook for an introductory course and as a self-study book. On completion readers will know enough to use Prolog in their own research or practical projects. Each chapter has self-assessment exercises so that readers may check their own progress. A glossary of the technical terms used completes the book. This second edition has been revised to be fully compatible with SWI-Prolog, a popular multi-platform public domain implementation of the language. Additional chapters have been added covering the use of Prolog to analyse English sentences and to illustrate how Prolog can be used to implement applications of an ´Artificial Intelligence´ kind. Max Bramer is Emeritus Professor of Information Technology at the University of Portsmouth, England. He has taught Prolog to undergraduate computer science students and used Prolog in his own work for many years.
Learn Spring Boot and how to build Java-based enterprise, web, and microservice applications with it. In this book, you´ll see how to work with relational and NoSQL databases, build your first microservice, enterprise, or web application, and enhance that application with REST APIs. You´ll also learn how to build reactive web applications using Spring Boot along with Spring Web Reactive. Then you´ll secure your Spring Boot-created application or service before testing and deploying it. After reading and learning with Beginning Spring Boot 2 , you´ll have the skills and techniques to start building your first Spring Boot applications and microservices with confidence to take the next steps in your career journey. What You´ll Learn Use Spring Boot autoconfiguration Work with relational and NoSQL databases Build web applications with Spring Boot Apply REST APIs using Spring Boot Create reactive web applications using Spring Web Reactive Secure your Spring Boot applications or web services Test and deploy your Spring Boot applications Who This Book Is For Experienced Java and Spring Framework developers who are new to the new Spring Boot micro-framework.
Deliver bug-free software projects on schedule and within budget Get a clear, complete understanding of how to estimate software costs, schedules, and quality using the real-world information contained in this comprehensive volume. Find out how to choose the correct hardware and software tools, develop an appraisal strategy, deploy tests and prototypes, and produce accurate software cost estimates. Plus, you´ll get full coverage of cutting-edge estimating approaches using Java, object-oriented methods, and reusable components. * Plan for and execute project-, phase-, and activity-level cost estimations * Estimate regression, component, integration, and stress tests * Compensate for inaccuracies in data collection, calculation, and analysis * Assess software deliverables and data complexity * Test design principles and operational characteristics using software prototyping * Handle configuration change, research, quality control, and documentation costs ´´Capers Jones´ work offers a unique contribution to the understanding of the economics of software production. It provides deep insights into why our advances in computing are not matched with corresponding improvements in the software that drives it. This book is absolutely required reading for an understanding of the limitations of our technological advances.´´ --Paul A. Strassmann, former CIO of Xerox, the Department of Defense, and NASA