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Effective VisualAge for Java, Version 3: Includes Coverage of Versions 3.02 and 3.5

by: Scott Stanchfield, Isabelle Mauny

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Retail Price: $135.95

Publisher: Wiley,Jan 2001

Category: JAVA Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0471317306
ISBN13: 9780471317302

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A practical guide to the latest features of Versions 3.02 and 3.5 and a valuable resource for IBM's VisualAge for Java certification program.

IBM's VisualAge for Java is one of the leading tools available for building Java and JavaBeans applications. Currently, IBM's VisualAge for Java certification programs are offered all over the world. Written by IBM insiders, this book focuses on the more advanced topics related to VisualAge for Java and prepares readers for the certification program. Readers learn VisualAge for Java's IDE and how to use the language for Enterprise Data Access and transaction processing.

  CD-ROM contains IBM VisualAge for Java Entry Edition, Sun Java 2, and all the code examples from the book.

Table of Contents



  About the Authors.

  VisualAge for Java Concepts.

  Creating Code.

  Navigating Your Code.

  Using Version Control.

  Testing and Debugging.

  Integrating with the File System.

  Introduction to JavaBeans Components.

  The BeanInfo Editor.

  Extension and Composition.

  Bean Composition in the VCE.

  Layout Management.


  Variables and Instances.

  Design Patterns for the VCE.

  Model-View-Controller in the VCE.

  Advanced Model-View-Controller Techniques.

  Factory Beans.

  Using AWT and Swing in the VCE.

  Handwritten Code versus Generated Code.

  Bean Customization.

  Database Programming.

  Developing Distributed Applications.

  Developing Enterprise Javabeans.

  Developing Servlets and JavaServer Pages.

  Tool Integration.

  Appendix A: Internationalization.

  Appendix B: Maintenance and Troubleshooting.

  Appendix C: Overview of Changes in VisualAge for Java.

  Appendix D: The CD-ROM.

  Appendix E: Additional Resources.


  Author Information

  SCOTT STANCHFIELD is Senior Training Consultant for Tier Technology Training. Stanchfield manages the popular VisualAge for Java Tips and Tricks Website(www.javadude.com/vaj). He has written several articles for VisualAge Developer Domain (www.software.ibm.com/vadd) and Sun's Java Developer Connection (http://developer.java.sun.com). His areas of expertise include introductory and advanced Java, including Swing, Servlets, JSPs, EJBs, and VisualAge for Java.

ISABELLE MAUNY is an architect and consultant for IBM's European technical sales support team. With eight years' experience in the application development arena, Mauny teaches, demonstrates, and develops e-business applications using the VisualAge for Java and WebSphere Application Server products