.profile Consulting Inc. presents:


A One Day Introduction to

JavaBeans

Course Description

This course describes the JavaBeans component model, and compares it with competing technologies. JavaBeans provides a mechanism for creating components that can be automatically used and linked together in GUI builders. When JavaBeans components are used in a GUI builder or IDE tool, they can be connected together to create complex applications with little or no programming.

Course Structure

It is presented as a one day lecture with live display so effects of changes on the beanbox can be displayed. An LCD panel or other projection system is required for live display.

Audience Background

Some experience with Java programming, including GUI and/or Applet programming, is required; experience with the 1.1 event model, introspection, threads, inner classes, and GUI programming is helpful.

Outline
The topics include:
  • Resources
  • Motivation: Bean Example
  • What is a bean?
  • The BDK
  • "Hello World" Bean
  • The Bean Lifecycle
  • Object Serialization and Beans
  • Bean Properties
  • BeanInfo Classes
  • Property Editors & Customizers
  • Other component technologies
Author

Greg Holling, B.S.

Pricing and Availability

This course is available on-site at your location. Please call .profile Consulting Inc. at (303) 499-5940 or email us at cjm@profcon.com for pricing, instructor availability and scheduling.
This course is offered publicly through the University of Colorado Division of Continuing Education.

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Last Updated: February 2008.
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