The information provided will give you a general idea to detail specifications
on using Java. The more advanced user can go to sections Helpful Tools
and Applications. The General Information section supplies links to information
on the Java language. Creating Interfaces gives helpful hints on creating
Java interfaces that are useable by users. Helpful Tools is a list of Java
interface tools along with information on the tools. The Applications sections
is a list of links pointing to useful Java applets, applications, and information
on creating your own Java programs.
This page presents 20 easy questions and answers about Java and Java
script. This 20 questions and answers would help you to understand what
all the Java fuss is about and help you to hold your own in conversation
This page explains the reason of using Java script can improve human
factors for web pages. So your web pages would be more usable, user friendly,
thus help your audience, instead hinder them.
A site on yahoo that is kept uptodate with Java information. This site
on yahoo that is kept uptodate with Java Information. Example informations
are course offering, new tools, many URL linkages to different organizations
or companies with Java information, and many more.
This site list Java overview articles from Microsoft.
This site is an Online Java Review Service for developers. It includes
many categories of applets and applications some including references with
source code. The listings of Java Resources include current news, information,
tutorials, and directories for other Internet technologies including ActiveX,
and Intranet technologies.
Java Developer's Journal site is a technical journal for Java programmers,
developers and managers. SYS-CON Publications, Inc. publishes this journal;
it covers applications development issues related to a variety of Java
products. Expected readers are application developers from novice to expert,
corporate managers, and decision-makers at various levels as well as industry
This site is a free service by inquiry.com providing technical tips
on Java. Users can request technical advice from a Java expert.
This site includes sub pages for News, Documentation, Products &
APIs, Applets, For Developers, Java in the Real World, Business & Licensing,
Support & Services, Marketing, Employment, and Java Store.
This page presents ILOG profile in a QA format. This profile demonstrates
why the new JViews Java class library should gain easy acceptance as a
component-based 2D GUI repository.
Site information: Olivier Martine from AS/DB, European Laboratory for
Particle Physics presented his pilot project (PIE project http://wwwas.cern.ch/ASinfo/AS-DB/collab/hpcollab.htm)
for testing the new technology and acquire some experience using JAVA.
More related documents are also linked into this page as following:
- Framework for JAVA-based interfaces to databases
- Grid Specification : Java interface
- Tool repository
- Methodology to generate layers 2, 3 and 4
cgi, forms, frames, counters, html, and design. Also, clipart, desktop
publishing, fonts, web authoring, and much more.
This site contains an online repository of technical information. New
information is added daily. It has many Java categories of interest. Resources
related to Java UI is under Programming:User Interface.
This site explains the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) which extend the
original Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) by adding a comprehensive set
of graphical user interface (GUI) class libraries. The GUI components and
foundation services provide great power and flexibility to developers in
creating the look and feel of Java applications. JFC consist of "Swing"
GUI components, Pluggable Look and Feel, Java 2D API, Accessibility API,
and Drag-and-drop support. This site also includes documentation, downloads,
news, and developer support related to JFC.
This site contains a compressive list of Java tool kits. An except form
the article "It took a while, but at last (with JDK 1.2 already on
the horizon) developers have a significant number of options when considering
tools for developing JDK 1.1 apps. This month JavaWorld takes an in-depth
look at the six best JDK 1.1-savvy visual development tools. The result:
An indispensable, exhaustive (12,000-words, with extensive product-specific
sections detailing each tool's strengths and weaknesses) guide for determining
which integrated development environment best suits your needs. And --
in case you want just the highlights -- we also offer a concise overview
in the General overview/summary section. (12,000 words)"
This site provides over 2,000 resources for Applications, Documents,
capabilities. Resources are provided in both English and Japanese.
This site provides a listing of different Java tools. TOOLS Developing
tools JBuilder (INPRISE) Cosmo Code (COSMO) BeanMachine(LOTUS) Vibe (VISIX)
Jikes (IBM) Debugging tools JWatch (Intermetrics) Jikes Applet Dashboard
(IBM) - applet-debugging tool that shows how your applets will work on
the user's machine
This site is the new home for ActiveX and Java information on CMPnet,
formerly the ActiveXpress site. It features the ActiveX controls database
and the latest buzz on development issues, languages, SDKs , and more.
This site looks at Java programming tools to protect your code, improve
usability, and build time-limited demos and to create cross-platform self-extractors
for the delivery and installation of software and information to the Java
This site introduces a new tool -- AssureTM that can be used to find
deadlocks, stalls, and data race conditions in Java programs. The Assure
instrumented JVM uses dynamic run-time analysis to locate hard-to-find
synchronization errors. Assure highlights errors by their source line,
and displays the results to you with an easy to use browser. A 15 days
free trial is available for down load. Site information: This page introduces
a new tool -- AssureTM that can be used to find deadlocks, stalls, and
data race conditions in Java programs. The Assure instrumented JVM uses
dynamic run-time analysis to locate hard-to-find synchronization errors.
Assure highlights errors by their source line, and displays the results
to you with an easy to use browser. A 15 days free trial is available for
This site provides a list of Java utilities for database interface.
The information includes platform, description, price (most of them are
free or at a very low price), author, and links to the author's page.
This site provides documentation for programmers to help them can create
easy to use software. "We (IBM) have developed these resources for
use in IBM as part of our work in making computers easier to use, and we
think you might like to use them as well. You are free to download these
for your own use, if you do, we ask you to give credit to IBM for creating
them. This package can help you do this."
This site is a useful resource for programmers that would like to add
Java Applets to their own Web sites. It houses more than 100 working Applets,
along with instructions for downloading and including them in other Web
This is IBM's Java home page. It includes News, Java-based Apps, Developer
Tools, Developer Assistance, Education, Community, and Events etc. Many
Apps, tools, and documentation can be down loaded for free.
This site provides an extensive list of sample Java interface programs
along with descriptions and code to download.
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