Program, October 1999


Monday, October 11, 7-9 pm

While most programmers are aware of Java as a web-enabled object-oriented programming language, many are unaware of how Java can be used to build components which interact with each other in common ways. By following a set of design rules, JavaBeans can be created, reused, modified, and assembled into applications and applets. Additionally, JavaBeans provide a recognized and well-supported interface for the creation of components which will work with any conforming third-party integrated development environment.

At the UUASC October meeting, member Mike Elliott of Sun will discuss what JavaBeans are, how the event-driven programming model works, why JavaBeans work the way they do, and show a simple JavaBean in Sun's BeanBox.

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