|TITLE||Applications for e-business using Java|
|LEVEL||02 - Years 2, 3 in Modular Undergraduate Course|
|DEPARTMENT||Computer Information Systems|
|DESCRIPTION||The aim of this unit is to apply programming skills in Java language to relevant topics in e-Business oriented applications.
Contents (in brief):
Writing Java Windows application programs: AWT and Swing components (Buttons, Menus, Text fields, Scrollbars, Windows etc.), anatomy of a Component based program. Event Handling and MVC models. Graphics and Drawing. Audio and Multimedia.
Reflection. Interfaces and Abstract Classes. Exceptions. Multithreaded programming
Applets, advanced topics: Applet user interface components. Threads in applets, Communicating with other programs
Servlets and JSP's: Servlet containers and Web servers. Life cycle of servlets and JSP's and their access from applications and applets, servlet and JSP connectivity to databases using ODBC
Hands on Visual tools used for creation of Java Component based programs, JBuilder as a representative tool, Writing Java program using JBuilder
For B.Sc. I.T. Students Only.
- Deitel & Deitel, Java, How to Program with an Introduction to Visual J++, Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458 ISBN 0-13-632589-0
- Ken Arnold - James Gosling, The JavaTM Programming Language, Addison-Wesley ISBN 0-201-63455-4
- Subrahmanyam Allamaraju: Professional Java E-Commerce, Wrox Press Inc; ISBN: 1861004818; 1st edition (February 2001)
|RULES/CONDITIONS||Before TAKING THIS UNIT YOU MUST TAKE CIS1071|
|METHOD OF ASSESSMENT||
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