Java programming course
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Flash Video | MP4 / AVC, 819 kb/s | 800x600 | Duration: ~20 hours | Spanish: AAC, 53 kb/s (2 ch) | 3.59 GB
Genre: Video Training
This tutorial explains java des of the beginning, everything about java programming and programming concepts. Object Oriented (OOP) This course takes a very broad and very easy to understand. Throughout this course you will learn to use all kinds of techniques and ways to program. In each of the videos explains in detail all the concepts, ways, ways besides that while you will explain being implemented. One of the most interesting things is that the whole course is based on the NetBeans 6.8 IDE I enclose the agenda and the name of each video video tutorial to give you a little idea that's what they were each video and its duration .
01. - Java Course for beginners.
Introduction: Using NetBeans
VideoTutorial No.1 course Java for beginners. We begin with an introduction to the programming languages ??Java and some peculiarities. We install and first use NetBeans, the IDE will use throughout the course, and ended up creating our first program and seeing how NetBeans helps us find and fix syntax errors in code writing. 45 minutes.
02. - Anatomy of a Java Program
VideoTutorial No. 2 Course Java Video Tutorials for Beginners: Anatomy of a Java program. We see new files within a project; Create Anatomy program, the class declaration, the main statement; Grouping code by using keys, store information in a variable. Display the contents of a variable on the screen; Compilation, creating files. Class; Fixed bugs in code writing with the help of NetBeans. 30 minutes.
03.-Types and Java programs using argument
Beginner Java Course No. 3 VideoTutorial Java Course for beginners. Types of Java programs and use of arguments. Creating a Java application; Send arguments to applications; Creating an applet. 20 minutes.
04. - Variables: Storing information
Beginner Java Course No. 4 Videotutorial Java Course for beginners. We begin to see the variables, the system of storage and retrieval of information. Statements and expressions; Assign variable types, parts of a variable declaration; types of numeric variables, other variables; Naming variables: obligations and conventions; Storing information in variables; Using Java constants. 33 minutes.
05.-Working with Operators.
VideoTutorial No. 5 Java Course for beginners. Working with operators. Mathematical operators, increment and decrement a variable prefix and postfix usage, operator precedence; workshop: using mathematical expressions to calculate weights; workshop: using mathematical expressions to convert from degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius. 32 minutes.
06. - Working with String Objects.
VideoTutorial number 6 Java Course for beginners. Working with String Objects. Storing Text in Strings, The char type; Using System. out. println () and System. out. print; Using Special Characters in Strings, Strings Concatenation and Strings and variable operator "+ =" Advanced Handling Strings; Compare two Strings with equals () Determine the size of a string with length (); Change For a String toLowerCase () and toUpperCase (); Search in a String with indexOf (). 33 minutes.
07.-Make decisions conditional
Videotutorial No. 7 Java Course for beginners. Tomas conditional decisions. Keywords and conditional operators, if statements, use of block statements, if-else statements, switch statements, the ternary operator (?) Practical work: creating a watch. 52 minutes.
VideoTutorial No. 8 Java Course for beginners dedicated to Loops: Loops Repeat actions. Creating a game hits number using While loop, loop flow While, Repeat the code a number of times with the for loop, loop flow for; Anatomy of a for statement, The do ... while loop in Java, Java File Handling, Exit a loop with break; skipping an iteration with continue; Nesting loops within loops, to name a loop; Increasing complexity of loops; Workshop: check the speed of your computer . One hour.
Store information 09._ using arrays
VideoTutorial No. 9 Java Course for beginners in the complex systems we see storage arrays using. Creating Arrays; methods to populate Arrays; Using Arrays; ToCharArray method (); Using Multidimensional Arrays; Sort Arrays; Using Arrays class methods; Workshop: Working with Arrays of characters. 39 minutes.
10._ Fundamentals of OOP
VideoTutorial No. 10 Java Course for beginners when we began the section dedicated to OOP, watching the fundamentals. How is actually a Java program? Organize programs elements called classes, objects and classes, the Java class library, attributes and behaviors, attributes of a class; Behavior of a Class; create a class; Run the program and instantiate objects of the class. 45 minutes.
11._ Class hierarchy and inheritance
Videotutorial No. 11 Java Course for beginners. Class Hierarchy and Inheritance. Class Organization; Inheritance; subclasses and superclasses, The Object of Java, Creating a class hierarchy; Inheritance in action single and multiple inheritances; Interfaces and packages; Workshop: Creating a class Punto3D subclass of Point of Seller deClases Java. 43 minutes.
Working with objects 12._
VideoTutorial No. 12 Java Course for beginners. Working with Objects. Create new objects; Use the keyword "new" Creating objects with different arguments, Case Study, What does "new"?; Memory Management in Java, access and configure the instance variables and class; syntax point , Get the value of a variable; Change variable values; Case Study; class variables; calling methods. 42 minutes.
13._ Casting. Conversion between types of variables and objects.
VideoTutorial Course No. 13 of Java. Make Casting: convert between types of variables and objects. References to Objects; Convert Objects and primitive types; Convert primitives to objects and vice versa; autoboxing & unboxing. 40 minutes.
14._ Scope of variables and use of this to
VideoTutorial Course No. 14 of Java. Scope of variables and use of "this" Meaning of classes and programs in Java, Class Definitions, Defining Variables and Methods; Locals, instance and class. The keyword "this", Scope of variables, variables that hide or replace other variables. 40 minutes
15._ command line arguments and method overloading
VideoTutorial Course No. 15 of Java. Command line arguments and method overloading. Passing Arguments to Methods; Create Java applications; class start and main () method, Java applications and command line arguments; Passing Arguments to Java applications, create methods with the same name and different arguments, method overloading. 40 minutes.
16._ Constructor Methods Methods and overwrite.
VideoTutorial Course No. 16 Java: Constructor Methods Methods and overwrite. Constructor Methods; What does Java when using key lapalabra new?; Constructor Basic Methods; Calling Constructor Methods, Overloading Constructor Methods; Overwrite Methods; create methods that override existing methods, call the original method, the use of super (); Overwrite Constructors. 50 minutes.
17._ Modifiers and Access Control for methods and variables.
VideoTutorial Course No. 17 of Java. Switches and Access Control for methods and variables. Modifiers; default access controls; Private Access, Public Access, Access protected; comparison chart levels of access control, access controls and inheritances; accessor methods, variables and static methods; Case Study. 40 mintues.
18._ Working with Packages
VideoTutorial Course No. 18 of Java. Working with Packages: Classes, Variables and Methods final Methods and Abstract Classes; Packages; Using Packages, class names and complete package, The import declaration; Conflicts between class names, location packages; Create our own packages; Choose a package name; Create the directory structure, add classes to a package, access control packages and classes. 50 minutes.
19._ larger classes with interfaces.
VideoTutorial Course No. 19 Java: Extending Classes with Interfaces. The problem of single inheritance, interfaces and classes, implementation and operation interfaces; implement multiple interfaces, create and extend interfaces; methods within interfaces; practical project, create an online storefront. Just over an hour.
20._ Creating GUIs with Java
Videotutorial Course No. 20 of Java. Swing. Creating GUIs (Graphical User Interfaces) with Java. Creating a simple user interface, Swing and the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT), use components, windows and frames, buttons, labels and text fields, check boxes, Combo Boxes, Text Areas, Panels; Workshop: Create a custom component. Just over an hour.
021. - Java Course. Look And Feel and dialog boxes
VideoTutorial No. 21 Java course in which we continue to see the creation of graphical user interfaces: Configure the "look and feel" of the application, the dialog boxes Standard; Boxes confirmation, input boxes, message boxes and boxes Option; Workshop: Retrieve information through dialog boxes. One hour.
22. - Advanced Swing Components
VideoTutorial Course No. 22 of Java. Advanced Swing Components. We continue to see the components for creating user interfaces: Creating Components Slider, Scroll Panels; Creating dockable toolbars, Class JToolBar; Creating progress bars; JProgressBar Class, The method setValue (int); Creating Menus; Classes JMenuItem, JMenu and JMenuBar; panels in Tabs; JTabbedPane Class. To see all the components that we were missing was lengthened quite the video. About 80 minutes.
23. - Layout managers. Sort the interface components within a
Videotutorial Course No. 23 of Java. Managers design. Sort the components within an interface: basic graphical interface design; Designing with managers, Class FlowLayout, BoxLayout Class, Class GridLayout, BorderLayout Class; Mix several layout managers on the same interface; CardLayout Class; Use CardLayout in an application. 82 minutes.
24. - Interact with user events.
VideoTutorial Course No. 24 Java: Interacting with user events. Responding to user input; Event Listeners (event watchers) Java Listener interfaces; Configuring Components to monitor, event handling methods; Working with Methods; Events Action; Events Focus; Item Events, Events Key; Events Mouse, Mouse Motion Events, Events Window; Using class adapters. 80 minutes.
25. - Practical Workshop. Creating a Functional Gui.
VideoTutorial Course No. 25 Java: Practical Workshop. Creating a Functional Gui. Designing an application, determine the layout managers and panels Marco; adding components; Add events to the interface; implement interfaces and methods, using threads, join the two classes in the project. 50 minutes.
26. - GUI Application Development with Netbeans
VideoTutorial Course No. 26 of Java, where we see how to create a Graphical User Interface Editor with NetBeans. Develop GUI applications. The NetBeans Matisse GUI Builder, create an application GUI; Working with the Palette window; Creating the project Create JFrame Initial Class, Working with Forms Editor, Understanding the Editor toolbar Form, add components to the form; Change properties of the components; Add events using Connection Mode; Add events maualmente; Seller FreeTTS Use. Add FreeTTS to the project library. 50 minutes.
27. - Handling errors and exceptions.
VideoTutorial Course No. 27 of Java, where we see how to deal with errors and exceptions. Classes Throwable, Error and Exception; RuntimeExceptions; catch exceptions with a try-catch, capture several different exceptions, finally, handle something after an exception; Throw (throw) exceptions Ignore throws exceptions; Workshop: launch and catch exceptions; Combining try, throw and throws. 51 minutes.
28. - Create multithreaded applications using Threads
VideoTutorial Course No. 28 Java, with which we close the second block of the same. I will work to see how to create multithreaded applications using Threads. Slow down a program with sleep (); Create a Thread, The Runnable interface, the run () method; Working with Trheads; Workshop: Creating an Applet using Threads. 50 minutes. Starting next videotutorial started the third and last block of course, dedicated to communications in Java, including web, of course.
29. - Communications. Working with Input and Output Streams
VideoTutorial Course No. 29 of Java, which started with the topic of communications. We work with streams of input and output. Byte and Character Streams Streasm, The paqueta java.io; using a stream, filter a stream; Procedure to apply a filter to a stream; Driving IOExceptions; Streams File Input and Output, Buffered Streams. 1 hour.
30. - Streams data, text and file class
Videotutorial Course No. 30 of Java, which finished watching the streams. Use Buffered Streams Console to create entries, Data Streams, Read and write data from an application; Streams Character; Read text files, write text files, use the File class; Main File class methods. 70 minutes.
31. - Creating Web Applications with NetBeans.
32. - Using Tomcat, Glassfish, Struts and Struts 2
VideoTutorial Course No. 32 of Java, in which we continue to see the creation of web applications with NetBeans. Using Tomcat; Configuring Tomcat properties; Working with applications from Tomcat, Tomcat Server Control; Use Glassfish; Configure Glassfish properties; Working with applications from Glassfish; Configuring the application server for a project; Monitoring HTTP; Enable HTTP Monitor , Using the HTTP Monitor; View recorded information; Manipulating records; Working with Web Application Frameworks; Use Struts; Add Struts support; Add Action-forms; Add Shares; Configure Struts; Use Struts 2. 50 minutes.
33. - Using Visual JavaServer Faces
VideoTutorial Course No. 33 of Java. We see the framework Visual Web Java Server Faces to create web applications so visual. Source Framework; Set VWJSF options; Create a new project with VWJSF, the Web Pages node, the Node Configuration Files, The Visual Designer window, Windows Navigator Palette and Properties; Define Navigation Rules; Use Editor faces- config.xml; Creating an application with VWJSF. 54 minutes.
34. - Working with the SQL editor Netbeans
VideoTutorial No. 34 Java course in which we begin to see how to pass data and work with databases in a Java application. Working with JSF components; Configuring component properties; Configure Event Handlers (event handlers) for components; Working with user inputs, use of validators and converters; store and pass data, files Application Bean, Session Bean and Bean Request , Connect to a MySQL database; Configure MySQL Server properties; Create and connect to the database, create tables; Working with data tables, run a SQL Script. 1 hour.
35. - Create web application with database linked
VideoTutorial Course No. 35 of Java. We create a complete web application that uses a MySQL database: Application structure; Create a new project; Prepare the Web interface; Set welcome page; Create Response page, create a CSS style sheet; Prepare communication between the application and the database, deployment descriptors, Configuring a JDBC data source and a Connection Pool; Referencing the data source for the application; Add the driver JAR file database to the server; Add logic dynamics; Add JSTL library to the project classpath; Implement JSTL code, run the entire application. 70 minutes.
36. - Introduction to Web Services with JAX-WS
VideoTutorial Course No. 36 of Java. We started working with Web Services. The Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS) 2; Create a Web Service; Designing a Web Service, Web Service Test; Consume Web Service in a Java class in a Java application in a Servlet in a Web Application and in a JSP page to a Web application. 42 minutes.
37. - Create a graphical client for Twitter
Videotutorial Course No. 37 Java in which we create a complete graphical client for Twitter. Designing the JFrame; Show icon and last post user; Configure authentication system on Twitter; Add upadateStatus operation to update with new posts, Show user names and last posts of public Twitter accounts, create a TimerTask; Add Run method with operating getPublicTimeline Twitter; Create a List Cell Rendering; Show TwitterJFrame component within. 43 minutes.
38. - Creating Facebook application with Netbeans
VideoTutorial Course No. 38 of Java, where we see how to create a Facebook application with NetBeans 6.9. You must use version 6.9 or higher of NetBeans since it includes new features not available in previous versions. Creating the Customer; Register the project on Facebook, Create the JSP code for the application; Run the application. 34 minutes.
39. - Create a web application using the Spring Framework with new functionality that includes NetBeans 6.9
VideoTutorial Course No. 39 of Java. We will see how to create a web application using the Spring Framework with new features including NetBeans 6.9: Setting up a new project with support for Spring Web MVC Framework; Create and execute the basic structure of the project to implement a service; Implement Controller and Model; Implement the views. Places where further information about the Spring Framework. 46 minutes.
40. - Using Netbeans JavaFX Composer
Videotutorial 40th and last curos of java. We see utlilizar java FX Composer. Create a Java project FX; Create an application; Add effects to the application; Add shapes, colors and effects, add actions to the application. Run the application. 44 minutes.
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