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Java HotSpot VM is developed by Sun Microsystems.
Java & JEE books Page11
Herong's Tutorial Notes on JVM Java HotSpot VM is developed by Sun Microsystems. It has key feature called adaptive compiler that application code will be analyzed as it runs to detect performance bottlenecks, or "hot spots". The Java HotSpot VM will then compile those hot spots for a boost in performance.
There are two implementations of the Java HotSport VM:
* Java HotSpot Client VM
* Java HotSpot Server VM
s means the web surfer's browser will be running the script. This is opposite to client-side is server-side, which occurs in a language like PHP. These PHP scripts are run by the web hosting server.
The learn internet game Programming with Java
The Internet and the World Wide Web have energized the already fast-moving world of computing and created previously unthinkable opportunities for communication between computer users. One of the most talked about areas of application for the Web is games. When games are networked on a global scale, they offer a plethora of entertainment possibilities for users. Gaming on the Web will truly change the way we all view entertainment, primarily because it blurs cultural boundaries much like the Internet itself does.
you learn how to develop games for the Web using Java. You begin with the basics and move on to learning advanced topics such as networking and artificial intelligence. By the end of the guide, you'll have all the information and knowledge necessary to develop your own Java games.
JSP and JSTL Tutorials This free JSP and JSTL tutorial book is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning JSP and JSTL himself. It can be used as a tutorial guide for beginners or a reference book for experienced developers. Topics include attachment, content-disposition, content_type, cookie, custom tag, debugging, expression language, file upload, GB2312, GBK, header lines, HTTP/1.1, HTTP Response, internationalization, i18n, IterationTag, JavaBeen, JDK, JSP, JSTL, JSTL-EL, J2SE, localization, MIME, named package,
page Context, performance, Perl, Servlet, session, Taglib, TagSupport, tag interface, TLD, Tomcat, unnamed package, Unicode, useBean, UTF-8, XML