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This material is a tutorial on JavaBeans, the platform-neutral component architecture for Java. The tutorial briefly introduces reusable software components in general, and reviews the basic concepts of JavaBeans through a practical example. The example takes the Timer class that was developed in a previous View Source article, The Java AWT Delegation Event Model, and converts it into a JavaBeans component (a "bean"). Finally, the tutorial shows how to develop a bean from scratch and test it... More
Material Type: Simulation
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: December 30, 2001
Date Modified in MERLOT: September 29, 2010
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Submitter: Emrah Orhun

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Language: English
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Avatar for Jeannine Johnson
12 years ago

Jeannine Johnson (Student)

Not for beginners, you must know something about Java and the slang used when
talking about Java to understand this article.