Java Complete Reference for the Really Impatient

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Java: Complete Reference for the Really Impatient. by Harry. H. Chaudhary
Quick Start Guide to JavaFX by Jerome DiMarzio
Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications by August Detlefsen, James Manico
Web Applications with Javascript or Java: Volume 1: Constraint Validation, Enumerations, Special Datatypes (De Gruyter Textbook) by Gerd Wagner, Mircea Diaconescu
David R. Heffelfinger, “Java EE 8 Application Development: Develop Enterprise applications using the latest versions of CDI, JAX-RS, JSON-B, JPA, Security, and more”

Java: Complete Reference for the Really Impatient. by Harry. H. Chaudhary

English | September 14th, 2014 | ISBN: 150086451X | 582 Pages | EPUB | 1.84 MB

Learn the all basics and advanced features of Java programming in no time from Bestseller Java Programming Author Harry. H. Chaudhary (More than 1,67,000 Books Sold !). This Java Guide, starts with the basics and Leads to Advance features of Java in detail with thousands of Java Codes and new features of Java 8 like Lambdas. Java 8 Functional interface, || Stream and Time API in Java 8. , I promise this book will make you expert level champion of java. Anyone can learn java through this book at expert level.
The main objective of this java book is not to give you just Java Programming Knowledge, I have followed a pattern of improving the question solution of thousands of Codes with clear theory explanations with different Java complexities for each java topic problem, and you will find multiple solutions for complex java problems. Engineering Students and fresh developers can also use this book. This book covers common core syllabus for all Computer Science Professional Degrees If you are really serious then go ahead and make your day with this ultimate java book.
What Special – In this book I covered and explained several topics of latest Java 8 Features in detail for Developers & Fresher’s, Topics Like– Lambdas. || Java 8 Functional interface, || Stream and Time API in Java 8. This Java book doesn’t require previous programming experience. However, if you come from a C or C++ programming background, then you will be able to learn faster.

Quick Start Guide to JavaFX by Jerome DiMarzio

English | April 1, 2014 | ISBN: 0071808965 | EPUB | 264 pages | 19.9 MB

Get started with JavaFX
Develop and deploy interactive client applications in no time with help from this practical tutorial from Oracle Press. With a focus on working in NetBeans IDE, Quick Start Guide to JavaFX explains how to use JavaFX layouts, draw shapes, use coloring and gradient tools, load images, apply effects and transformations, include animation, and embed media. You’ll also get details on using JavaFX events, subclassing existing nodes, creating custom nodes, working with WebView, and styling your applications with CSS. Designed for easy learning, the book features:
Key Skills & Concepts – Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter
Ask the Expert – Q&A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips
Try This – Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skills
Notes – Extra information related to the topic being covered
Tips – Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things
Cautions – Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Annotated Syntax – Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustrated
Self-tests – Chapter-ending quizzes to reinforce your skills

Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications by August Detlefsen, James Manico

English | September 9, 2014 | ISBN: 0071835881 | EPUB | 304 pages | 18.8 MB

Proven Methods for Building Secure Java-Based Web Applications
Develop, deploy, and maintain secure Java applications using the expert techniques and open source libraries described in this Oracle Press guide. Iron-Clad Java presents the processes required to build robust and secure applications from the start and explains how to eliminate existing security bugs. Best practices for authentication, access control, data protection, attack prevention, error handling, and much more are included. Using the practical advice and real-world examples provided in this authoritative resource, you’ll gain valuable secure software engineering skills.
Establish secure authentication and session management processes
Implement a robust access control design for multi-tenant web applications
Defend against cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, and clickjacking
Protect sensitive data while it is stored or in transit
Prevent SQL injection and other injection attacks
Ensure safe file I/O and upload
Use effective logging, error handling, and intrusion detection methods
Follow a comprehensive secure software development lifecycle
“In this book, Jim Manico and August Detlefsen tackle security education from a technical perspective and bring their wealth of industry knowledge and experience to application designers. A significant amount of thought was given to include the most useful and relevant security content for designers to defend their applications. This is not a book about security theories, it’s the hard lessons learned from those who have been exploited, turned into actionable items for application designers, and condensed into print.” —From the Foreword by Milton Smith, Oracle Senior Principal Security Product Manager, Java

Web Applications with Javascript or Java: Volume 1: Constraint Validation, Enumerations, Special Datatypes (De Gruyter Textbook) by Gerd Wagner, Mircea Diaconescu

English | December 18th, 2017 | ASIN: B01N1FBYG4, ISBN: 3110499932 | 271 Pages | EPUB | 21.08 MB

Today, web applications are the most important type of software applications. This textbook shows how to design and implement them, using a model-based engineering approach that covers general information management concepts and techniques and the two most relevant technology platforms: JavaScript and Java. The book provides an in-depth tutorial for theory-underpinned and example-based learning by doing it yourself, supported by quiz questions and practice projects.
Web apps are designed using UML class diagrams and implemented with two technologies: JavaScript for front-end (and distributed NodeJS) apps, and Java (with JPA and JSF) for back-end apps. The six example apps discussed in the book can be run, and their source code downloaded, from the book’s website.

David R. Heffelfinger, “Java EE 8 Application Development: Develop Enterprise applications using the latest versions of CDI, JAX-RS, JSON-B, JPA, Security, and more”

2017 | ISBN-10: 1788293673 | 372 pages | PDF | 5 MB

Develop Enterprise Java applications compliant with the latest version of the Java EE specification
Key Features
This book covers all of the major Java EE 8 APIs and includes new additions such as enhanced Security, JSON-B Processing, and more
Learn additional Java EE APIs, such as the Java API for Websocket and the Java Message Service (JMS)
Develop applications by taking advantage of the latest versions of CDI, Security, Servlets, and JSF and other Java EE specifications
Book Description
Java EE is an Enterprise Java standard. Applications written to comply with the Java EE specification do not tie developers to a specific vendor; instead they can be deployed to any Java EE compliant application server. With this book, you’ll get all the tools and techniques you need to build robust and scalable applications in Java EE 8. This book covers all the major Java EE 8 APIs including JSF 2.3, Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) 3.2, Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) 2.0, the Java API for WebSockets, JAX-RS 2.1, Servlet 4.0, and more.
The book begins by introducing you to Java EE 8 application development and goes on to cover all the major Java EE 8 APIs. It goes beyond the basics to develop Java EE applications that can be deployed to any Java EE 8 compliant application server.
It also introduces advanced topics such as JSON-P and JSON-B, the Java APIs for JSON processing, and the Java API for JSON binding. These topics dive deep, explaining how the two APIs (the Model API and the Streaming API) are used to process JSON data.
Moving on, we cover additional Java EE APIs, such as the Java API for Websocket and the Java Message Service (JMS), which allows loosely coupled, asynchronous communication. Further on, you’ll discover ways to secure Java EE applications by taking advantage of the new Java EE Security API.
Finally, you’ll learn more about the RESTful web service development using the latest JAX-RS 2.1 specification. You’ll also get to know techniques to develop cloud-ready microservices in Java EE.
What you will learn
Develop and deploy Java EE applications
Embrace the latest additions to the Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI) specification to develop Java EE applications
Develop web-based applications by utilizing the latest version of JavaServer Faces, JSF 2.3.
Understand the steps needed to process JSON data with JSON-P and the new JSON-B Java EE API
Implement RESTful web services using the new JAX-RS 2.1 API, which also includes support for Server-Sent Events (SSE) and the new reactive client API

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