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Java Level 2


Java is an object oriented, cross platform programming language which can be used to
produce “applets” which provide animation, live updating and secure two-way interaction
in World Wide Web pages. Standalone, client/server and intranet applications can also
be built with Java. This course provides extensive experience with the Java language and its run-time
development environment. During the hands-on exercises you’ll use Java to create an
assortment of applets, integrate them into a dynamic, interactive Web site and build
architecture-independent applications using the Java language.

  • Develop robust and portable JAVA applications
  • Create standalone data driven applications
  • Understand the concepts behind Applets and the AWT
  • Learn to work with the AWT swing libraries

and much more..

  • Introduction to JAVA
  • Java, HTML and the WWW
  • Technical foundations
  • Features and functions of Applets
  • Java and Object Oriented programming
  • Java language syntax
  • Java classes and interfaces
  • Enhancing web pages
  • Multi-media applets
  • Applets in a Web page
  • Plugging in existing applets
  • Applet tag syntax
  • Building custom applets
  • Building standalone Java apps
  • Developing Java applications
  • Commercial development environments
  • Java libraries and classes
  • Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT)/Swing
  • Creating controls with AWT/ Swing
  • Menus and menu-bars
  • Dialogues
  • Subclassing Standard Java Classes
  • Java security
  • Class access mechanisms
  • Protecting your system against viruses
  • Introduction to JSP
  • Java developments

In this course you will learn how to write, compile and execute Java programs. Enhance
the functionality of a Web site with embedded Java applets. Create World Wide Web
applications using Java run-time class libraries. Take advantage of Java’s powerful
classes to build truly object-oriented applications. Develop platform-independent GUIs
with Java tools. Ensure the security of your applications with Java’s built-in security
safeguards. Write a multi-threaded applet. Install a Java applet on a Web server. Write a
standalone Java program.

Experienced programmers familiar with C or a similar language wanting to get to grips with applets and JAVA applications.

4 Days


Course Testimonials

“I found this course to be very good. The instructor was very knowledgable and professional and had a very good teaching manner. She was also patient and supportive.”