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Object-oriented application development using Java / E. Reed Doke, John W. Satzinger, Susan Rebstock Williams

By: Doke, E. Reed.
Contributor(s): Satzinger, John W [(j.a.)] | Williams, Susan Rebstock [(j.a.)].
Series: Object-oriented application development series / E. Reed Doke and John W. Satzinger, series editors. Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Course Technology/Thomson Learning, c2002Description: xxv, 709 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 electronic optical disc (CD-ROM) (4 3/4 in.).ISBN: 061903565X.Subject(s): Application software -- Development | Java (Computer program language) | Object-oriented programming (Computer science)DDC classification: 005.133
Contents:
Preface. - Pt. 1. Object-Orientation and Java Fundamentals. 1. Object-Oriented Systems Development. 2. Java Programming Fundamentals. 3. Java Programming With Supplied Classes. 4. Object-Oriented and Design in a Nutshell. - Pt. 2. Defining Problem Domain Classes. 5. Writing a Problem Domain Class Definition. 6. More About Problem Domain Classes. 7. Generalization/Specialization and Inheritance. 8. Additional Inheritance Concepts and Techniques. 9. Implementing Association Relationships. - Pt. 3. Defining GUI Classes. 10. Writing Graphical User Interfaces. 11. A GUI Interacting With a Problem Domain Class. 12. Designing Multiwindow Applications. 13. Using an Integrated Development Environment. - Pt. 4. Defining Data Acess Classes. 14. Designing Data Acess Classes. 15. Creating More Complex Database Applications. - Pt. 5. Deploying the Three-Tier Application. 16. Combining the Three Tiers: GUI, Problem Domain, and Data Acess Classes. 17. Deploying Java Applications on the Web. - Glossary. - Index.
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Preface. - Pt. 1. Object-Orientation and Java Fundamentals. 1. Object-Oriented Systems Development. 2. Java Programming Fundamentals. 3. Java Programming With Supplied Classes. 4. Object-Oriented and Design in a Nutshell. - Pt. 2. Defining Problem Domain Classes. 5. Writing a Problem Domain Class Definition. 6. More About Problem Domain Classes. 7. Generalization/Specialization and Inheritance. 8. Additional Inheritance Concepts and Techniques. 9. Implementing Association Relationships. - Pt. 3. Defining GUI Classes. 10. Writing Graphical User Interfaces. 11. A GUI Interacting With a Problem Domain Class. 12. Designing Multiwindow Applications. 13. Using an Integrated Development Environment. - Pt. 4. Defining Data Acess Classes. 14. Designing Data Acess Classes. 15. Creating More Complex Database Applications. - Pt. 5. Deploying the Three-Tier Application. 16. Combining the Three Tiers: GUI, Problem Domain, and Data Acess Classes. 17. Deploying Java Applications on the Web. - Glossary. - Index.