Synopses & Reviews
An Introduction to Java Programming and Object-Oriented Application Development is an introductory text intended for beginning programming students, whether in high school, junior college, or a four-year university majoring in computer science or computer information systems. This text covers what students need to know about basic Java programming in a clear, straight-forward writing style. This text spends less time on verbiage and offers more examples than other books. The key concepts are isolated and identified for easier understanding and quick review. This kind of organization will help students better understand what they are reading and enable them to find important topics for review later.
This text covers what students need to know about basic Java programming in a clear, straight-forward writing style.
About the Author
Richard A. Johnson is Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems at Missouri State University. Richard has taught Management Information Systems, Operating Systems, Networking, Visual Basic and Java programming, and Web application development for the past ten years. Richard is also the author of Java Programming and Object-Oriented Application Development also published by Thomson Course Technology.
Table of Contents
1. Computers, Programming, and Application Development 2. Fundamentals of Java 3. Control Structures I: Making Decisions 4. Control Structures II: Repetition 5. Methods and Classes 6. Arrays 7. Strings and Characters 8. Handling Exceptions 9. Accessing Data in Files 10. Basic GUI?s 11. Object-Oriented Application Development I 12. Object-Oriented Application Development II 13. Object-Oriented Application Development and UML 14. Object-Oriented Application Development and the Unified Process