ONJava.com's Using Tomcat columnist James Goodwill returns to continue his coverage of the JK 1.2 connectors. This week he has a tutorial that shows how to configure the Apache Jakarta Tomcat container to deploy JSP and Servlet-based applications on Microsoft's IIS server.
Also this week, O'Reilly Network contributor Timothy Appnel reviews the new Mobile Information Device Profile (MIDP) 2.0 standard. MIDP 2.0 improves on the original specification for the open development platform of mobile devices by introducing secure networking, extended network connectivity, and audio and gaming capabilities. In this article, Timothy highlights these new capabilities and briefly discusses their significance to developing next- generation mobile applications.
To conclude the week, we begin a new book excerpt series from O'Reilly's new "Java Enterprise Best Practices." In it, author Jason Hunter talks about Servlet best practices; specifically, he shows how to work effectively with Servlets.
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Next week, look for new articles on using the Java Media Framework with QuickTime for Java, wireless Java game development, and another excerpt on Servlet best practices from "Java Enterprise Best Practices."
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Configuring Tomcat with IIS Web Server
In this installment of Using Tomcat, James Goodwill con- tinues his discussion of the JK1.2 connectors with a turotial on configuring Tomcast with Microsoft's IIS server.
Introducing MIDP 2.0
MIDP 2.0 improves on the original specification for open development for mobile devices by introducing secure networking, extended network connectivity, and audio and gaming capabilities.
Servlet Best Practices, Part 1
In the first of three book excerpts on Servlet best practices from "Java Enterprise Best Practices," learn how to effectively work with Servlets.
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