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Introduction to JavaBeans
Java Training Overview

This course introduces JavaBeans, Java's architecture for reusable, toolable components.

Java Training Prerequisites

Students are expected to be familiar with the Java programming language and have some basic experience working with the AWT. In particular, students should be familiar with layout managers and event handling.

Java Training Course duration

2 Days

Java Training Learning Objectives

After successfully completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of JavaBeans and the importance of a component architecture.
  • Understand the principles behind the JavaBeans API.
  • Understand how to use a JavaBean for GUI as well as non-GUI (e.g. data-access) components.
  • Understand how to design, construct and deploy a Bean with standard features (properties, events, methods).
Java Training Course outline
  • JavaBeans as Components
    • What are JavaBeans?
    • Why Use JavaBeans?
    • Who Should Use JavaBeans?
    • The Java Component Model
    • Uses of JavaBean Components
  • Overview of the JavaBeans Specification
    • The JavaBeans Specification
    • Exposing Features
    • Using Exposed Features
  • The Beanbox
    • Beanbox Overview
    • The Toolbox
    • The Property Sheet
    • The Beanbox Workspace
    • Exposing Features in the Beanbox
    • Using Exposed Features
    • Assembling a Bean Application
    • Bound Properties
    • Methods
    • Adapter Classes
  • Overview of Bean Development
    • Bean Development
    • The Beans API
    • The Bean Development Kit
    • The Beanbox
    • Packaging Beans
    • Archiving for JavaBeans
  • Design Patterns for Standard Features
    • Events
    • Properties
    • Methods
  • JavaBeans in Perspective
    • Where are Beans Useful?
    • Swing / Front-End
    • Servlets/JSPs
    • EJB
  • Java Resources
Hardware/Software Requirements
  • Hardware Requirements
    • Intel-based PC Workstation
      • Windows 95, 98 or NT
      • Minimum 486 33Mhz Processor
      • Minimum of 32 MB memory
    OR
    • SUN Solaris/SPARC
      • Minimum of 32 MB memory
  • Software Requirements
    • Java 2 Standard Edition version 1.3 software and documentation*
    • Bean Development Kit (BDK)*
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader*
    • Student files
    • Text editor*

 
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