COMPONENT DEVELOPMENT FOR THE JAVA PLATFORM BY STUART HALLOWAY PDF

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Java's class-loading model and rich type information makes it possible to build flexible and reusable binary components. This is a cutting-edge approach to Java programming: An emphasis on deployment can be the best way to take advantage of some of the most valuable, yet less heralded, aspects of Java technology.

If you're serious about writing components in Java, this book focuses on the component services you need to master. DevelopMentor Chief Scientist Stuart Halloway presents unprecedented, in-depth coverage of writing, deploying, and maintaining Java components. Halloway begins by showing how to use, control, and troubleshoot components. He offers real-world guidance on reflection performance, and demonstrates how reflection is used to build the Java serialization architecture. He also offers detailed coverage of using the Java Native Interface JNI to control the boundaries between Java code and components written in other environments.

In Part II, Halloway presents a practical vision for using component services to become a more effective Java developer. Through examples and sample code, he introduces generative programming techniques that leverage Java into high performance.

Read more Read less. From the Back Cover Java TM is an object-oriented language, but it is also a component-oriented platform.

As a platform, Java defines the services needed to connect binary components at runtime safely and reliably. To truly take advantage of all that Java has to offer, you must consider not just development but also deployment, and not just objects but also components.

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Verified Purchase. Well, I don't think this book deserves 5 stars and here's why: 1 The book provides good description of Class Loaders, reflection and of serialization I liked them, really but after that I was expecting to read about, you know, "Component Development", the title of the book? Like how one divides his application to deployable components, why and when. Nothing about that - author just gave us tools that we can use without providing any further information. But I know Java provides CL, reflection and serialization for many years already - how does it help me to write components?

The chapter about GP Generative Programming gives a good description of various approaches about it and if you know JBoss and it's dynamic invocation stack built with dynamic proxies vs other containers running "rmic" - you understand them even better but still, I would call this book "Java CL, reflection, serialization and high-level GP overview" - that's exactly the information that I've received from it.

Nothing about "component development" besides some basic example in the very beginning. Right, many points still hold true but not all of them does setAccessible true allows one to write final fields or not? So I would call it a "toy project abandoned shortly after publishing a book". The book helped me adding the logic of multi-class loaders in 2 days. It has all the right answers for my work. The money is well spent. I was hoping this book was a book about creating modular Java programs.

Wow, was I wrong! Honestly I don't know what this book is about. My eyes glazed over after the first chapter. I had already been teaching some of this book's material, from notes I had put together. Then I found this book - it covers more material, and does it beautifully.

I give the book my highest recommendation. This covers component software from the standpoint that I prefer: the underlying technology that make components work. It's for someone who wants to understand what really happens when a program or component starts execution. It's for someone who wants real control over code activation, or someone who just wants to execute every test method in every class, without having to type in the ever-changing list of class names.

This book also has a place in any library on code security. For example, reflection exposes a lot more of your program than you may have thought, and serialization creates a whole new family of possible data exposures.

Security is not an explicit topic, but lots of the material has security implications. The only major topic this book misses is long-term XML serialization. Well, that's new at Java 1. Maybe the second edition will cover it better.

The book doesn't mention EJB styles of serialization or the Java Activcation Framework either, but those are just applications of the basic technologies described here. There was good reason for this book to be written about Java. I look forward to a. NET companion volume, when if! NET provides the same capabilities. In the mean time, I'd recommend this to any advanced programmer, since analogies to Java will help readers understand environments other than Java, too.

This is a great book for any intermediate to advanced Java developers who wishes to go beyond rudimentary Java techniques present in so many Java books on the market. I should know from writing a paper on classloaders and find that most books deal very "cursory" with the subject matter. I suspect that most authors probably have little knowledge or experience about classloaders. Since Classloaders is so fundamental to locating and loading bytecode by the JVM at runtime and it's important for key technologies like RMI, hot EJB delpoyment, security of mobile network code and most importantly server side programming, this book is indispensable.

The other thing I find useful with this book is object serialization and bytecode generation which is important for dynamic proxies. Any Advanced Java developers must be conversant with classloaders,class search rules,serialization, bytecodes, JNI and more. This is the book to get to go beyond rudimentary Java development and deployment.

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Component Development For The Java Platform

If you're serious about writing components in Java, this book focuses on the component services you need to master. DevelopMentor Chief Scientist Stuart Halloway presents unprecedented, in-depth coverage of writing, deploying, and maintaining Java components. Halloway begins by showing how to use, control, and troubleshoot components. He offers real-world guidance on reflection performance, and demonstrates how reflection is used to build the Java serialization architecture. He also offers detailed coverage of using the Java Native Interface JNI to control the boundaries between Java code and components written in other environments. In Part II, Halloway presents a practical vision for using component services to become a more effective Java developer.

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