A Programmer's Guide to Jini Technology by Jan Newmarch

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A Programmer's Guide to Jini Technology by Jan Newmarch
Publisher: Apress; 1 edition (November 2000) | ISBN: 1893115801 | CHM | 3 Mb | 350 pages

This book is an enlarged, improved and corrected version of the most popular on-line tutorial for Jini–Sun's Java based technology for a world of smart devices. Newmarch's book is up-to date with the advances in Jini technology announced at the recent Java One in June of 2000 and is comprehensive without being too massive to be used effectively. Jini is Sun's attempt to make transparent distributed computing a reality-which is rather a mouthful. So, what does all this mean? Imagine you could live in a world where when you moved to a new office halfway across the world or checked into a hotel, you could plug your notebook or Palm directly into the network at that location. Your notebook would immediately be recognized and have access to the services of the location-transparently. Jini is Sun's Java based technology that has the potential to make "universal plug and play" as we just described it, possible. - Jan Newmarch's original on-line tutorial was read by tens of thousands. This enlarged, improved version tech reviewed by master Java programmer and well known columnist Bill Venner sets the standard for a best-selling Jini tutorial - Up-to-date for the newest features of the Jini technology announced by Sun this year. - Includes coverage of such important topics as how Enterprise Java Beans fit in with the Jini framework and how CORBA fits in as well.


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