Illustrates how to put the Jini framework to use in the development of everyday Java applications. The author describes the service proxies that carry the code needed to use Jini services, the lookup service that finds and accesses services, and the discovery process that finds proxies for the lookup service. The Joinmanager utility class, landlords and leases, the Jini event model, the JavaSpace approach to distributed applications, and the activation service are covered. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Master Jini technology development example by example. . . .
With the Jini 1.1 release, Jini network technology is rapidly maturing into a great solution for networking devices of all kinds, from wireless PDAs to servers to household appliances. Pragmatic and concise, Jini Example by Example presents techniques and real code for building reliable, high-performance Jini systems. Co-authored by Keith Edwards, author of the best-seller Core Jini 2nd edition, this book offers practical techniques and solutions you can use right now. Coverage includes:
Jini Example by Example presents insiders' understanding for the entire application lifecycle: design, coding, deployment, administration, and more.About the Author:
KEITH EDWARDS, author of the best-selling Core Jini, is a researcher at Xerox PARC working on Jini, GUI design, graphics, and computer visualization. He holds a Ph.D. from Georgia Tech's Graphics, Visualization, Usability Center. TOM RODDEN teaches and researches distributed interactive applications at the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, England.TECHNICAL EDITOR: Steve Halter, author of Enterprise Java Performance
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