Java jumpstart : a beginner's guide to Internet programming (book/CD)
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496 p. · Paperback
I. Getting Oriented to Java.1. Introduction.
What Is Java? What Are Java Enabled Browsers? Where Does Java Fit?2. Having Fun with Java.
Java Application - Launched from a Command Line. Java Applet - Launched from a Web Page. Summary.3. Having More Fun with Java.
Class - The Merging of Code and Data. Inheritance - The Extending of Code and Data. Responsibility - The Duties of a Class. Language Issues.4. Passing Data to Programs.
Passing Command Line Parameters. Passing Applet Parameters. ParmApplet - Rendering a Message in a Font and Color. StringTo Color() - Parsing a Color String. Font Selection. Language Issues.5. Exploring System Capabilities.
Array - A Fixed Collection of One Object Type. Enumeration - A Consumable Collection of Multiple Object Types. Array Application - Surfacing System Information. Array Applet - Displaying System Fonts. Language Issues. Summary.6. Launching Java Services.
Vector - A Variable Collection of Multiple Object Types. Hashtable - A Collection of Key/Value Pairs. Properties - A Persistent Collection of Key/Value Pairs. String Tokenizer - A Service for Parsing Through a String.7. Touching Java Windows.
Mouse Messages. Click and Drag. Dragging a Picture.8. Animation.
Triggering Each Picture. Displaying Each Picture. Loading the Pictures.
II. Getting Comfortable with Java.9. User Input.
How to Receive Input from the Command Line (stdin). How to Receive Input from a Window (events). How to Receive Input from Other Objects (Event Triggering).10. Buttons and Things.
Button - A One-State Input Control. Checkbox - A Two-State Input Control. CheckboxGroup - A Single Choice Input Control. Label - A Text Output Control. TextField - A Scrolling Area for Single Line Text Editing. Text Area-A Scrolling Area for Multiple Line Text Editing. List - A Selectable Collection of Text Items. Choice - A Drop Down Collection of Text Items. Scrollbar - A Representation of a Range of Values. An Applet with Controls and No Layout Manager (LoanApplet).11. Layout Managers.
FlowLayout - Controls in Rows. GridLayout - Controls in Checkerboard Cells. BorderLayout - One Control Flanked by the Others. Panel - A Component with its Own Layout Manager. CardLayout - A Notebook of Controls. GridBagLayout - Controls in Irregular Checkerboard Cells.12. Standalone Windows.
Frame - A Standalone Window. Applet - An Addable Component. Dialog and (Popup) Window - Dependent Windows. Menu - A Specialized Dependent Window. FileDialog - Dependent Window for File Access.13. Sound.
PCM - How to Represent Sound as Data. AU - How to Format a Sound File for Java 219 Play( ) - How to Render a Sound File.14. File I/O.
File - Name and Location. RandomAccessFile - Direct File System Access. Stream - Sequential Access. FilterStream - Smart Sequential Access.
III. Implementing Client/Server in Java.15. Sockets and a Simple Server.
What is a Socket? ServerSocket - The Starting Point of a Conversation. Sockets - The End Points of a Conversation.16. A Simple Web Server.
HTTP - The Format of Web Requests and Web Responses. WebServer - Responds to a Web Browser Request. WebClient - Generates a Web Browser Request. URL - A Convenient WebClient Class.17. A Web Server for Client/Server Programming.