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Essential JavaBeans Fast (Essential)

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Essential JavaBeans fast de-mystifies the terminology, and gets you using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in your own applications. You can either read the book from start to finish (it shouldn take too long) or you can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans as and when you need to. It doesn't attempt to be a complete in-depth guide to every aspect of JavaBeans but it does foc us on all the things you need to know to get on and use JavaBeans - including linking JavaBeans to ActiveX components. You'll learn: how to use the BeanBox, how the Delegation Event Model works, how to create a simple Bean, what types of properties are currently supported by JavaBeans, how to define a BeanInfo object, and lots more. Lots of examples are included and you are encouraged to try them out as you go so that you get a real 'feel' for how JavaBeans work.

Synopsis:

"Essential JavaBeans Fast" demystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed.

Synopsis:

How to use the BeanBox, how the Delegation Event Model works, and how to create a simple Bean are some of the topics explored in this example-filled reference. "Essential JavaBeans Fast" demystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications.

Synopsis:

Essential JavaBeans fast de-mystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish (it shouldnt take long) or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed. The book focuses on all the necessary elements for getting started on and using JavaBeans. Many examples are included and readers are encouraged to try them out as they go, to get a real feel for how JavaBeans work.

Synopsis:

Essential JavaBeans fast de-mystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish (it shouldnt take long) or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed. The book focuses on all the necessary elements for getting started on and using JavaBeans. Many examples are included and readers are encouraged to try them out as they go, to get a real feel for how JavaBeans work.

Table of Contents

Introduction to JavaBeans.- Using the BeanBox.- The Delegation Event Model.- Defining basic beans.- Property Data Types.- Reflection and Bean Introspection.- BeanInfo objects.- An Example BeanInfo object.- Bean Serialization (Persistence).- Property editors and Customizers.- JavaBeans and Active/X.- Event Adapters.- RMI and Beans.- Appendix A The Clock Bean.- Appendix B The Monitor Bean.- Appendix C The Alarm Bean Appendix D The Multiplexer.- Appendix E RMI beans.- Index.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781852330323
Author:
Hunt, John
Publisher:
Springer
Location:
London ;
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Java (Computer program language)
Subject:
Programming Languages - Java
Subject:
Javabeans (computer program)
Subject:
Javabeans (ccmputer prcgram)
Subject:
Programming Languages, Compilers, Interpreters
Subject:
Information Systems Applications (incl.Internet)
Subject:
Programming techniques
Subject:
Computer Languages-Java
Subject:
Computer Science
Subject:
B
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1998
Series:
Essential Series
Publication Date:
19980911
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
188
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm 610 gr

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"Synopsis" by , "Essential JavaBeans Fast" demystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed.
"Synopsis" by , How to use the BeanBox, how the Delegation Event Model works, and how to create a simple Bean are some of the topics explored in this example-filled reference. "Essential JavaBeans Fast" demystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications.
"Synopsis" by , Essential JavaBeans fast de-mystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish (it shouldnt take long) or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed. The book focuses on all the necessary elements for getting started on and using JavaBeans. Many examples are included and readers are encouraged to try them out as they go, to get a real feel for how JavaBeans work.
"Synopsis" by , Essential JavaBeans fast de-mystifies the terminology and gets programmers using the JavaBean components quickly and effectively in their own applications. Programmers can either read the book from start-to-finish (it shouldnt take long) or can dip into it for various aspects of JavaBeans where needed. The book focuses on all the necessary elements for getting started on and using JavaBeans. Many examples are included and readers are encouraged to try them out as they go, to get a real feel for how JavaBeans work.
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