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    Introspective JavaBeans
    I \'ve always found building graphical user interfaces in Java to be a chore. I\'ve tried GUI builders, user interface languages, and most recently scripting languages like Groovy and Jelly. In the end, I always find that writing Java code is the only way to get done exactly what I want. For the most part, I avoid using Java for desktop applications and use it mostly for server applications with Web-based interfaces, dodging the GUI issue altogether.

    Updated: 05/13/2005

    BDK 1.1 download
    The JavaBeansTM Development Kit (BDK) is intended to support the development of JavaBeans components and to act as a standard reference base for both component developers and tool vendors.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    Building a bevy of beans
    JavaBeans has transformed Java from a simple language to a powerful RAD platform; learn how you can get the most from this new Java paradigm

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    Building Your First Stateless Session Bean
    The intention of this tutorial is to demonstrate how easy it is to build server-side Java components using the Enterprise JavaBeans component model. In fact, ease-of-use and ease-of-programming are key. It is designed to enhance your understanding of the Enterprise JavaBeans Specification, and the Enterprise JavaBeans model by providing concrete examples and step-by-step guidelines for building and using Enterprise JavaBeans applications.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    Introduction to the JavaBeans API
    Learn to use JavaBeans technology to create independent, reusable, platform-independent, marketable components with Java technology. Topics include the JavaBeans architecture, event model, introspection, design and implementation, using the BDK BeanBox application, and more

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    JavaBeans 101
    This tutorial has two goals, it teaches the essentials for creating JavaBeans and explains the basic concepts behind all JavaBeans and shows how these concepts relate to practical programming techniques.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    JavaBeans 101, Part II
    Part II of the JavaBean tutorial teaches you how to write the code for a simple JavaBean. Later, you will use the BeanBox tool to run, test, and change your Bean. You can also create JavaBeans and modify existing Beans using GUI building tools.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    JavaBeans 101, Part III
    In this concluding segment to the JavaBeans 101Tutorial, you'll do more hands-on examples, including practicing concepts you've already learned and writing more advanced Beans.You'll see how to convert old applets and JDK software, version 1.0.programs to Beans. You will learn about the AWT delegation event model; how Beans can notify other objects about change events; and see how reflection and introspection let you customize the behavior and presentation of your Beans.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    Enterprise JavaBeans Tutorial
    Building Your First Stateless Session Bean

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    Selection of JavaBeans
    HyperlinkedLabel, ProgressBar Bean, FingerBean, and SMTPMailBean example beans.

    Updated: 04/13/2005

    EJB Listings
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