OpenSolaris is a rapidly evolving operating system with roots in Solaris 10, suitable for deployment on laptops, desktop workstations, storage appliances, and data center servers from the smallest single-purpose systems to the largest enterprise-class systems. This book covers the 2008 release of OpenSolaris.
OpenGL has set the standard for 3D computer graphics, and is an essential aspect ofÂ Android development. This book offers everything you need to know, from basic mathematical conceptsÂ toÂ advanced coding techniques.Â You'll learn by building a fascinating 3D solar system simulator!
Pro Open Source Mail: Building an Enterprise Mail Solution presents a comprehensive guide to managing the most important services, including user administration, mail transfer agents, virus protection, spam and mail filtering, Web-based mail, and mailing list maintenance.
Pro NetBeans IDE 6 Rich Client Platform Edition is the second Apress book to cover the agile, open source NetBeans IDE platform. The focus of this book is on enabling you to rapidly develop Java front ends of applications using API buttons, functions, and features mostly based in the Java SE 6 platform.
Whether you're an experienced IDE user or a Java developer who works only with eMacs, you'll find what you need in this book to get started with the more vibrant, more productive, extensible professional Java EE 5 software development platform.
Whether you are a seasoned MySQL user looking to take your skills to the next level, or you're a database expert searching for a fast-paced introduction to MySQL's advanced features, this book is for you.
We can all be Linux experts, provided we invest the time in learning the craft of Linux administration. Pro Linux System Administration makes it easy for small- to medium-sized businesses to enter the world of zero-cost software running on Linux and covers all the distributions you might want to use, including Red Hat, Ubuntu, Debian, and CentOS.
Modern embedded hardware is more sophisticated than eve; most systems include the capabilities found on desktop systems. This book is written from the perspective of a user employing technologies and techniques typically reserved for desktop systems.
This is the first comprehensive guide to cover JSP 2 and 2.1. It supplies you with the tools and techniques to develop web applications with JSP and Java servlets. You'll learn how to improve the performance and scalability of JSP pages, as well as architect reliable, stable applications.