A hands-on guide to design patterns for Java platform developers.*Pattern-based solutions for every stage of the development lifecycle*Documents 30 patterns, including the 23 core patterns for the Sun Certified Enterprise Architect exam*Describes pattern use within the Java APIs--including patterns for reflection, security, AWT/Swing, RMI, JDBC, J2EE, and moreIncreasingly, developers are recognizing the value of design patterns in helping to create more robust, scalable, reliable, and maintainable applications. Now there's a book that can help you bring the power of patterns to your Java-based projects. Sun Microsystems experts Steve Stelting and Olav Maassen bring together today's best pattern-based techniques and demonstrate pattern use for a variety of business systems. This practical guide features proven techniques for all types of patterns, from system architecture to single classesAfter briefly reviewing the fundamentals of design patterns, the authors describe how these patterns can be applied effectively to the Java platform. Next, they provide a pattern catalog, organized into four major categories--the creational, behavioral, structural, and system patterns.
In addition, they identify patterns and present techniques for pattern use in the core Java APIs as well as the APIs for distributed development. APIs covered include:*Event handling*Collection API*JDBC*RMI*CORBAApplied Java Patterns also features a section on pattern use in systems built with J2EE and JINI technologies, and coverage of the servlet, JSP, EJB, and JavaSpaces APIs.Without a doubt, this accessible and up-to-date guide can help you enhance your Java platform programming skills.
Why We Wrote This Book. What This Book Is About. Who Should Read This Book? Conventions Used. How This Book Is Organized. How to Use This Book. Companion Web Site. Acknowledgments.
Why Patterns? History of the Patterns Movement. Basic Concepts in Patterns. Software Abstraction and Reuse. Summary.
COMMONLY USED PATTERNS. 1. Creational Patterns.
Introduction to Creational Patterns. Abstract Factory. Builder. Factory Method. Prototype. Singleton. 2. Behavioral Patterns.
Introduction to Behavioral Patterns. Chain of Responsibility. Command. Interpreter. Iterator. Mediator. Memento. Observer. State. Strategy. Visitor. Template Method. 3. Structural Patterns.
Introduction to Structural Patterns. Adapter. Bridge. Composite. Decorator. Façade. Flyweight. Half-Object Plus Protocol (HOPP). Proxy. 4. System Patterns.
Introduction to System Patterns. Model-View-Controller (MVC). Session. Worker Thread. Callback. Successive Update. Router. Transaction.
II. PATTERNS IN THE JAVA PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE. 5. Introduction to Java Programming Language Patterns. 6. Java Core APIs.
Event Handling. JavaBeans. AWT and Swing — The Graphical User Interface APIs. Collections Framework. Input-Output (I/O). Reflection. 7. Distributed Technologies.
Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI). JDBC. RMI. CORBA. 8. Jini and J2EE Architectures.
Jini. Java 2, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Servlets and JSPs. Enterprise JavaBeans. Appendix A: Full Code Examples.
System Requirements. Creational Pattern Code Examples. Abstract Factory. Builder. Factory Method. Prototype. Singleton. Chain of Responsibility. Command. Interpreter. Iterator. Mediator. Memento. Observer. State. Strategy. Visitor. Template Method. Adapter. Bridge. Composite. Decorator. Façade. Flyweight. Half-Object Plus Protocol (HOPP). Proxy. Model-View-Controller (MVC). Session. Worker Thread. Callback. Successive Update. Router. Transaction. Appendix B: Bibliography.
Series: Sun Microsystems Press Java
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 608
Published: 5th January 2002
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.6 x 17.8
Weight (kg): 1.16
Edition Number: 1