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Java Programming Tutorials

  • Developer

    Article that features Log4j as an OpenSource logging API that is built under the Jakarta Apache project. Covers the purpose and functions of Log4j with sample codes provided.

  • Dr. Bob’s JBuilder Machine

    Online tutorial on Java Beans that supports introspection, event models, properties, methods, persistent storage, and customization.

  • IBM

    Collection of numerous detailed tutorials about Java that are accessible by registered users of IBM.

  • Java Boutique

    Offers tutorials on building Java GUIs, creating an XML web application with Struts, Xerces and Xalan, and managing DAO transactions in Java.

  • Java Language Free Test Online

    Allows users to take an online 10-item test to assess themselves in their knowledge about the Java programming language.

  • The Java Tutorials

    Online colloquium that delves into the Graphical User Interface programming using the Swing and NetBeans IDE.

  • JavaLessons

    Showcases free access to Java programming tutorials such as GUI, Swing, Servlets, JSP, EJB, JSF, J2ME and Eclipse.

  • jGuru

    Provides a list of various online tutorials on Java software development. Contains course notes and exercises with code samples.

  • Non-Blocking Socket I/O in JDK 1.4

    Discussion on Java Selectors and Channels, Serving Sockets, Callback Patterns, Reading and Writing from Non-Blocking Sockets.

  • ONJava

    Instructions about connecting to Amazon Web Services using a servlet or a JSP. Directions include downloading the AWS SDK, acquiring an Amazon developer’s token, and creating a Java-SOAP package for interacting with AWS.

  • Remember Java

    Compiles various articles on Java such as creating basic JUnit 4.0 test, finding external resource files, and saving screenshots and image output.

  • Sun's Java Tutorial

    A guide for programmers with complete, working examples and groups of lessons on a particular subject.

  • TechRepublic

    Article on Java Print Service that allows users to print on limited Java platforms. Includes three methods for printing namely lookupDefaultPrintService(), lookupPrintServices() and lookupMultiDocPrintServices().

  • TechRepublic

    Provides hints and tips in improving the Java graphical user interface with a status bar. Allows registered users to comment on the article.

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