Oracle 9i: Programming in JDeveloper

PT2467
Summary
The Java programming language is a robust, object-oriented mechanism for providing true interactive, distributed stand-alone applications and Internet-ready applets. Oracle's JDeveloper product provides wizards and tools that help you develop and deploy Java on all tiers: Java clients in a browser or on the desktop; Java Server Pages and servlets on the web server; business components and Enterprise Java Beans on the application server; and Java stored procedures in the database. Students will learn how to work with, develop and extend Java classes, as well as how to implement Java classes in WWW pages.
Prerequisites
Students should have prior programming experience, with a procedural language like C or Pascal. Object-oriented experience, such as C++, is helpful but not required.
Duration
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
Audience
This class is designed for Programmers.
Topics
  • Introduction and Java Basics
  • JDeveloper Features
  • JDeveloper IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
  • Introduction to JDeveloper Programming Part One
  • Introduction to JDeveloper Programming Part Two
  • Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) in JDeveloper
  • JDeveloper Core Packages
  • JDeveloper AWT and JFC
  • JDeveloper File I/O
  • Object Serialization
  • Threads and Exception Handling in JDeveloper
  • Advanced Graphics Techniques
  • Networking JDeveloper Applications
  • JDeveloper Database Connectivity
  • Review and Summary

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