A task-based reference that uses step-by-step tasks, code samples and cross-indexing techniques to teach Visual J++. The book uses all aspects of using Visual J++ to build a range of Java applets and applications, including ActiveX objects, COM/DCOM objects, and more.
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Using Visual J++ 6.0 is for Java developers of all levels.
Using Visual J++ 6.0 demonstrates all of the new features of Visual J++ 6.0. The book is divided into 6 main sections, allowing Java developers of all levels (beginners to advanced) to increase their programming abilities.
Section 1: "Fundamentals of Programming with Visual ++" contains 7 chapters that introduce you to Visual J++ 6.0, Visual Studio 6.0 and version 1.2 of the Java programming language.
Section 2: "Real World Visual J++ Programming Issues" contains six chapters that delve deeper into the critical features of the Visual J++ IDE, the Windows Foundation Classes for Java, and Applet development.
Section 3: "Component Development in Visual J++" contains three chapters that review specific needs of some Visual J++ Projects, including using and creating COM objects, HTML development, and J/Direct.
Section 4, "Database Programming in Visual J++" contains three chapters that exploit the features of Visual J++ which! aid in the creation of data aware applications.
Section 5: "Advanced Programming Topics" contains five chapters that cover the most commonly needed advanced features by Visual J++ developers. These include distributed solution creation, I/O programming, and advanced topics of the WFC.
Section 6: "Appendices" contains an installation how to, other source of information on the Web, and a top notch index.
The text contains abundant code examples and step by step instructions, teaching the reader how to develop sophisticated Java applets and applications for a variety of needs. The new features of Visual J+ 6.0, including the Windows Foundation Classes for Java, HTML Authoring Tool, Distribution Projects, and J/Direct Call Builder are all covered in detail.
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