Ppt on collection framework in java

1 1. Introduction 2. C# versus Java : highlights 3. C# data types 4. Defining custom data types 5. Operator Overloading 6. Event driven programming 7..NET.

Java : highlights 3.C# data types 4.Defining custom data types 5.Operator Overloading 6.Event driven programming 7..NET Framework Class Library 8.A GUI in C# 9.A web service in C# 97 FCL -CLS compliant set of managed type - accessible from all.NET languages - grouping (3542 types) : - logically in namespaces (120) - deployed as a set of assemblies (36) of.NET framework System - collection of/


Scalable Algorithms in the Cloud III Microsoft Summer School Doing Research in the Cloud Moscow State University August 5 2014 Geoffrey Fox

command line, API, and Web interfaces. Cloudmesh Architecture Cloudmesh Management Framework for monitoring and operations, user and project management, experiment planning and/collection of high performance parallel Java analytics – Converted from C# and sequential Java faster than sequential C# So will have either Hadoop+Harp or classic Threads/MPI versions in Java Grande version of Mahout Performance of MPI Kernel Operations Pure Java as in FastMPJ slower than Java interfacing to C version of MPI Java/


MSIS 5133 Advanced MIS - E-Commerce Spring 2003 Lecture 4: The DotNET Framework – Part 1 Dr. Rathindra Sarathy.

programming – Microsoft Scripting Model Server-side programming – Java Model Server-side programming – Java Model Disadvantages of Server-side Scripting Disadvantages of Server-side Scripting The DotNet Framework The DotNet Framework Server-Side Programing – Microsoft Scripting Model Needed to/ to another object In.NET, the Common Language Runtime uses the garbage collector to manage memory In.NET, the Common Language Runtime uses the garbage collector to manage memory The Garbage Collection (GC) process is/


Chapter 10 – ArrayList s and an Introduction to the Java Collections Framework The ArrayList Class How to Create an ArrayList Object Adding Elements to.

by key, use this method: public V get(Object key) To remove and return the value identified by key, use this method: public E remove(K key) Java Collections Framework − Maps 49 Collections Example – Information Flow in a Network of Friends Assume: A set of citizens. Each citizen is connected to a random set of friends. Each friendship is mutual (a bidirectional connection). Give one/


Software Construction Lecture 10 Frameworks. Agenda & Reading 2  Topics:  Frameworks  Extensibility  Inversion of Control  Java Frameworks  Advantages.

your own code to solve a problem in a specific domain.  In Java technology there are so many frameworks that helps the programmers to build complex applications easily. Examples:  GUI Framework: eg Javas Swing and AWT classes  Collection Framework/library  It is a unified architecture for representing and manipulating collections  It contains Interfaces, Implementations and algorithms Collections Framework 10  The Java Collections Framework provides the following benefits:  Reduces programming effort/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 1 Chapter 22 Java Collections.

values associated with keys (§22.7). F To use the static methods in the Collections class (§22.8). F To use the static methods in the Arrays classes (§22.9). Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 3 Java Collection Framework hierarchy A collection is a container object that represents a group of objects, often referred/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Eighth Edition, (c) 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0132130807 1 Chapter 22 Java Collections.

Edition, (c) 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0132130807 1 Chapter 22 Java Collections Framework Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Eighth Edition, (c) 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0132130807 2 Objectives F To describe the Java Collections Framework hierarchy (§§22.1-22.2). F To use the common methods defined in the Collection interface for operating sets and lists (§22.3). F To use the Iterator/


1 Collections Chapter 22 Y.Daniel Liang Introduction to Java Programming Sixth Edition and Cay Horstmann Object-Oriented Design & Patterns.

to as elements of the collection. F The Java Collections Framework supports three major types of collections: – Set, list, map Y.Daniel to Java Programming Sixth Edition and Cay Horstmann Object-Oriented Design & Patterns 5 Introduction contd. Java Collection Framework Hierarchy F The set, list, and map collections are defined in the interfaces Set, List, and Map. F Collections: The most common collection interface type F Set: an unordered collection that does not allow/


© FPT SOFTWARE – TRAINING MATERIAL – Internal use 04e-BM/NS/HDCV/FSOFT v2/3 Exception Handling & Java Utility API.

interface, HashMap is the most commonly used implementation. For the Queue interface, LinkedList is the most commonly used implementation.  Each of the general-purpose implementations provides all optional operations contained in its interface.The Java Collections Framework also provides several special-purpose implementations for situations that require nonstandard performance, usage restrictions, or other unusual behavior.  The/


Copyright © 2014 by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.1 Chapter 15 – The Java Collections Framework.

by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.3 An Overview of the Collections Framework  A collection groups together elements and allows them to be retrieved later.  Java collections framework: a hierarchy of interface types and classes for collecting objects. Each interface type is implemented by one or more classes Figure 1 Interfaces and Classes in the Java Collections Framework Copyright © 2014 by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.4 An Overview/


CMSC 341 Inheritance and the Collection classes. 8/03/2007 UMBC CMSC 341 Java 3 2 Inheritance in Java Inheritance is implemented using the keyword extends.

19 Inheritance Progression Inheritance of Interface Inheritance of Implementation Point 3DPointColorPoint AbstractShape CircleSquareStudent Person Employee Bear Employable TA Note: In UML (Unified Modeling Language) Solid line means extends a superclass. Dotted line means implements an interface. 8/03/2007 UMBC CMSC 341 Java 3 20 The Collections Framework The Java Collections Framework implements a lot of the functionality of the C++ Standard Template Library. It is a/


GENERIC COLLECTIONS. Type-Wrapper Classes  Each primitive type has a corresponding type- wrapper class (in package java.lang).  These classes are called.

, Vector, LinkedList, PriorityQueue, HashSet, LinkedHashSet, TreeSet etc). Collections in Java Question:What is Collection in java?  Collection represents a single unit of objects i.e. a group. Question: What is framework in java?  Framrework provides readymade architecture.  Framework represents set of classes and interface.  Framework is optional. Collections in Java Question: What is Collection framework? storing  Collection framework represents a unified architecture for storing and manipulating/


Object-Oriented Program Development Using Java: A Class-Centered Approach, Enhanced Edition.

passed to called method –Passed by reference –Called method may change items in original array Object-Oriented Program Development Using Java: A Class-Centered Approach, Enhanced Edition27 Arrays as Arguments (continued) Figure 8.15: The location of the array is passed Object-Oriented Program Development Using Java: A Class-Centered Approach, Enhanced Edition28 The Collections Framework: ArrayLists Array –Data structure of choice for fixed-length/


Copyright © 2014 by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.1 Chapter 15 – The Java Collections Framework.

by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.3 An Overview of the Collections Framework  A collection groups together elements and allows them to be retrieved later.  Java collections framework: a hierarchy of interface types and classes for collecting objects. Each interface type is implemented by one or more classes Figure 1 Interfaces and Classes in the Java Collections Framework Copyright © 2014 by John Wiley & Sons. All rights reserved.4 An Overview/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Tenth Edition, (c) 2013 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 Chapter 20 Lists, Stacks, Queues, and Priority.

reserved. 2 Objectives  To explore the relationship between interfaces and classes in the Java Collections Framework hierarchy (§20.2).  To use the common methods defined in the Collection interface for operating collections (§20.2).  To use the Iterator interface to traverse the elements in a collection (§20.3).  To use a for-each loop to traverse the elements in a collection (§20.3).  To explore how and when to use ArrayList/


Copyright (c) Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University 2001 1 94.204* Object-Oriented Software Development Unit 13 The Collections Framework.

of classes that form the basis for building advanced functionality.” (Core Java vol.2) “The user of a framework forms subclasses to extend the functionality without having to reinvent the basic mechanisms.” for example, Swing is a framework for user interfaces. Copyright (c) Systems and Computer Engineering, Carleton University 2001 3 The Collections framework In 94.202 you learnt how to implement container classes such as/


JAVA, JAVA, JAVA Object-Oriented Problem Solving Ralph Morelli | Ralph Walde Trinity College Hartford, CT presentation slides for published by Prentice.

. All rights reserved. Chapter 16: Data Structures The Java Collections Framework and Generic Types The Java Collections Framework is a group of classes and interfaces in java.util.* that implement abstract data types. The Generic Type construct allows a programmer to specify a type for the objects stored in a data structure. Java 5.0 has reimplemented the Java Collections Framework using generic types. The Java Collections Framework includes implementations of LinkedList, Stack, Queue, and numerous/


Java Collections and Generics 1. Collections Collections in java is a framework that provides an architecture to store and manipulate the group of objects.

and its implementations i.e. Classes Algorithm 4 Hierarchy of Collection Framework The java.util package contains all the classes and interfaces for Collection framework. 5 Methods of Collection interface No.MethodDescription 1public boolean add(Object element)is used to insert an element in this collection. 2public boolean addAll(collection c) is used to insert the specified collection elements in the invoking collection. 3public boolean remove(Object element)is used to delete/


Presented by: SIF 3.0 REST Framework Melbourne Developer’s Workshop November 2013 Joerg Huber.

Pty Ltd November 2013 Melbourne MCG: SIF 3.0 REST Framework 7 What is its current state?  Java only (maybe.Net later this year)  REST only  Direct Environment & Immediate Response  Zone & Context in URLs supported  Consumer Framework Implementation  Provider Framework Implementation  CRUD for Single Objects and Collections  Paging Supported  Some Demo Code to show how to use framework © Systemic Pty Ltd November 2013 Melbourne MCG: SIF 3/


Midterm Review.

≈ n N-Log-N ≈ n log n Quadratic ≈ n2 Cubic ≈ n3 Exponential ≈ 2n In a log-log chart, the slope of the line corresponds to the growth rate of the function. Topics on the Midterm Data Structures & Object-Oriented Design Run-Time Analysis Linear Data Structures The Java Collections Framework Recursion Trees Priority Queues & Heaps Maps, Hash Tables & Dictionaries Iterative Algorithms & Loop Invariants Some/


Lecture 3 Introduction to Collections Advanced Java Programming 1 dr inż. Wojciech Bieniecki

interfaces. Algorithms are polymorphic – the same method can be used on many different implementations of the appropriate collection interface. In essence, algorithms are reusable functionality. Apart from the Java Collections Framework, the best-known examples of collections frameworks are the C++ Standard Template Library (STL) and Smalltalks collection hierarchy. Historically, collections frameworks have been quite complex, which gave them a reputation for having a steep learning curve. We believe that/


Collections. What is the Collections framework?  Collections framework provides two things: –implementations of common high-level data structures: e.g.

over arrays More on data structures  Everyone should take a basic class in building data structures  I recommend the book Mastering Algorthims with C by Kyle Loudon  In Java, one does not usually build data structures, but rather uses the provided one  Using Java’s data structures requires a little understanding of the Collections framework  Adding your own requires a deeper understanding. Learning to use data/


The Collections Framework

Collections Framework Java Programming The Collections Framework Java Collections Framework The Java Collections Framework defines classes and interfaces. The base class of this framework is Collection. Java Collections Framework Collection: a group of elements. Supported operations are the most general kind that all sets and lists support. Set: a collection that cannot contain duplicate elements elements are not ordered elements do not have a position. List: a collection/ The Stack class in Java is odd. It/


Enterprise Application Development Sadegh Aliakbary An Introduction to Spring Framework www. JavaCup.ir.

use @Transactional for methods or Classes Spring Framework Alternatives JAVACUP.irContents redistribution is allowed if JAVACUP is noted as the source 84  Google Guice  provides support for dependency injection using annotations  Java EE 6 new standards  Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI)  specified by JSR 299  JBoss Weld is its reference implementation  CDI: a JCP specification included in Java EE 6 (JSR 299)  Weld: the/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 1 Chapter 21 Generics.

are the Vector class and the Stack class. These classes were redesigned to fit into the Java Collections Framework, but their old-style methods are retained for compatibility. Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Seventh Edition, (c) 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0136012671 51 The Vector Class In Java 2, Vector is the same as ArrayList, except that Vector contains the synchronized methods for accessing/


Java Collections Framework

(standardized interfaces) A collection is a container object that stores a group of objects, often referred to as elements. Examples: a mail folder, a telephone directory, etc. Java Collections Framework The Java collections framework is made up of / and retrieve elements at specific locations. Use List!!! Lists List extends Collection to define an ordered collection with duplicates allowed. In addition to the methods in Collection, List includes operations for positional access, search, list iteration, and /


Chapter 12 Data Structures and Collections. 2 Knowledge Goals Understand the difference between array and linked implementations of a list Know how to.

and returns last element remove(index)Deletes and returns the item in the index position 70 Java Collections Framework ArrayList and LinkedList also have methods that take collections as arguments removeAll(collection)Removes all items from list that match items in collection retainAll(collection)Removes all items that do not match items in the collection addAll(collection)Adds all the items in the collection to the end of the list Do these operations add/


The Simplest Automated Unit Test Framework That Could Possibly Work Chuck Allison.

Unit Test Framework That Could Possibly Work Chuck Allison About the Title A variation of the XP Principle: TheSimplestThingThatCouldPossiblyWork Anything simpler wouldn’t be there! Automated Unit Testing Made Easy Article in September 2000 /Test Suite –A collection of related Unit Tests –Meant to be run together The TestSuite Framework Two classes: Test –Abstract –Override run( ) method Suite –addTest( ) method –run( ) method –See Suite.java /* Java TestSuite Example */ import java.io.*; import testsuite.*;/


Microsoft.NET Overview.NET Framework Topics Dave Schmitt Principal Technology Specialist Microsoft Corporation

dev language  Includes baseline dev tools in an SDK  Includes powerful dev environment  Visual Studio.NET .NET Framework Standard programming platform  Common programming language  C# aka “C Sharp”  Standardized as ECMA-334  ISO  Similar to Java (simplified C++)  Common Language / plus web services via HTTP System System.DataSystem.Xml System.Web Globalization Text Security Collections Resources Reflection Net IO Threading Diagnostics ServiceProcess Configuration Design Data (Dataset) SQLTypes SQL/


1 L41 Collections (1). 2 OBJECTIVES  What collections are.  To use class Arrays for array manipulations.  To use the collections framework (prepackaged.

Java collections framework – Contain prepackaged data structures, interfaces, algorithms – Use generics – Use existing data structures Example of code reuse – Provides reusable componentry 4 19.2 Collections Overview Collection – Data structure (object) that can hold references to other objects Collections framework – Interfaces declare operations for various collection/another element Invoke ListIterator method next to obtain the next String in the List Invoke ListIterator method set to replace the current /


MICROSOFT.NET OVERVIEW By:- Rahul Puri. .NET OVERVIEW What is.Net?What is.Net? The.NET FRAMEWORKThe.NET FRAMEWORK Why is this Important?Why is this Important?

syntax, garbage collection and hierarchical namespaces. C# also preserves C++s enums, whereas Java does not. Where C# more closely resembles Java is in the handling of components, including properties, methods, events and attributes. Visual Studio.NET But the Java-has-this,/a few switches to make component applications available as Web services, with no XML coding required. The.Net framework uses XML for data representation by default and enables you to expose Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) interfaces /


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 1 L15 (Chapter 22) Java Collections.

values associated with keys (§22.7). F To use the static methods in the Collections class (§22.8). F To use the static methods in the Arrays classes (§22.9). Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-222158-6 3 Java Collection Framework hierarchy A collection is a container object that represents a group of objects, often referred/


Chapter 13—Collection Classes The Art and Science of An Introduction to Computer Science ERIC S. ROBERTS Java Collection Classes C H A P T E R 1 3 I think.

.num && this.den == r.den; } else { return false; } The Java Collections Framework The ArrayList and HashMap classes are part of a larger set of classes called the Java Collections Framework, which is part of the java.util package. The next slide shows the Java class hierarchy for the first two categories, which together are called collections. The classes in the Java Collections Framework fall into three general categories: Lists. A list is an/


The java persistence API

Choose new proj java-web/web application in netbeans I called my proj SampleDBProj settings I used glassfish server Java EE5 Left context path as it was Select JSF and hibernate frameworks, new db connection/ejb30.html Customer app redone for my sample db with employees Adding another servlet to this application Code in processRequest (a method generated by netbeans…this could also be doGet()) Collection contacts = findAllContacts(out); if (contacts != null) { Iterator contactIt = contacts.iterator(); while /


Session #3322 Java For The Fun of It! Jack Frosch Frosch Enterprises, Inc.

for multi-player games on Internet J2SE Desktops & Consoles Game development is growing Java APIs Useful For Gaming Java Swing (included in JDK 1.3) JavaSound (included in JDK 1.3) Java2D (included in JDK 1.3) Collections (included in JDK 1.3) Java Media Framework (add-on) Java 3D (add-on) Others (JAXn, Batik) Development Tools Java SDK and add-on APIs are free Heres What I Used JDK 1/


Geneva, 30 October 2009 Giuseppe Sindoni, Istat, Italy An online system for multi-channel, register-based census data collection.

survey techniques Census areas Short and long form Multi-channel collection Flexible organisation network Downsized municipal front-office => Stronger back-/system for questionnaire structure definition Web application framework Implements rule-based validation, both client and server side Java script and server-side based customization Platform/Back Office, coordinators and enumerators Other organizations: e.g. the company in charge of printing and mailing questionnaires Geneva, 30 October 2009 Management /


Collections F The limitations of arrays F Java Collection Framework hierarchy  Use the Iterator interface to traverse a collection  Set interface, HashSet,

an object that represents a group of objects, often referred to as elements. F The Java Collections Framework supports two types of collections, named collections and maps. Java Collection Framework hierarchy, cont. A collection can be a Set or a List, defined in the interfaces Set and List, which are subinterfaces of Collection interface. Java Collection Framework hierarchy, cont. An instance of Map represents a group of objects, each of which is associated with/


CISC6795, Spring 2011 Dr. Zhang Generics & Collections.

structures. Algorithms: methods that perform useful computations, such as searching and sorting, on objects that implement collection interfaces. polymorphic: same method can be used on many different implementations of the appropriate collection interface. In essence, algorithms are reusable functionality. 74 Some collection framework interfaces 75 Java Collections Framework: enhanced with generics capabilities in J2SE 5.0 Allow one to declare a stack of Card, a queue of Customers, using/


Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-148952-6 BASIC DATA STRUCTURES Chapter.

Stack class. These classes were redesigned to fit into the Java Collections Framework, but their old-style methods are retained for compatibility. This section introduces the Vector class and the Stack class. Liang, Introduction to Java Programming, Sixth Edition, (c) 2005 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 0-13-148952-6 101 The Vector Class In Java 2, Vector is the same as ArrayList, except that/


Framework Concepts. Gpower Software 1 - 2 The enterprise challenge.

Framework Requirement Coding Hibernate Gpower Software 1 - 10 Why object/relational mapping? Solving the mismatch with tools Basic Hibernate features Hibernate Query Options Detached Objects Hibernate Introduction Gpower Software 1 - 11 The Structural Mismatch.  Java types vs. SQL datatypes  user-defined types (UDT) are in/Mapping  Readable metadata  Column/table mappings  Surrogate key generation strategy  Collection metadata  Fetching strategies Hibernate Mapping Gpower Software 1 - 25  Class Basic/


1 Java Collection: Data structure framework. 2 Background collections store and organize objects for efficient access Java collections: traditional data.

should always ask what is the most general class or interface that can do the required job 8 Design of Collection framework a built-in class library should satisfy many mutually conflicting requirements: –easy to learn and convenient to use –as general as possible/equals) object was removed –note that iterators remove returns void (as does ListIterator) for a more detailed description of java.util.Collection services, see the API or the textbook, pp. 85 - 93 24 The List Interface the List interface defines /


1 Collections Framework A collections framework is a unified architecture for representing and manipulating collections. All collections frameworks contain:

independently of the details of their representation. Implementations: –concrete implementations of the collection interfaces. In essence, these are reusable data structures. Algorithms: –methods that perform useful computations on objects that implement collection interfaces e.g. searching and sorting,. polymorphic reusable functionality 2 Java Collections The Collections framework includes classes that implement Collection, and are thus able to be declared using a specific type Concrete implementations/


Java 7 – New Features Svetlin Nakov, Mihail Stoynov Bulgarian Association of Software Developers www.devbg.org BGJUG, TU-Sofia, hall 2140 20.05.2010 BGJUG,

probabilityMeets a soft real-time goal with high probability Added in Milestone1 (02.01.2009)Added in Milestone1 (02.01.2009) Released in Java 6 update 6u14Released in Java 6 update 6u14 Method to close a URLClassLoader URLClassLoader.close/javaone- g1-garbage-collectorhttp://tech.puredanger.com/2008/05/09/javaone- g1-garbage-collector Garbage Collection – WikipediaGarbage Collection – Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collectio n_(computer_science)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collectio /


Exception Handling & Collections. Covered Topics Exception Definition Exception Occurance Exception handling Exception Propagation.

be polymorphic: that is, the same method can be used on many different implementations of the appropriate collection interface. In essence, algorithms are reusable functionality. Collections in Java The java collection framework standardizes the way in which groups of objects are handled by a program. Manipulate grouped data as a single object –Java provides List, Set, Map –Methods include : add, contains, remove, size, loop over, sort, … Insulate programmer from implementation/


1 Java Programming II Collections. 2 Java Programming II Contents  Collections FrameworkCollections of Objects  Iterable and Iterator  Comparable.

1 Java Programming II Collections 2 Java Programming II Contents  Collections FrameworkCollections of Objects  Iterable and Iterator  Comparable and Comparator  The Legacy Collection Types 3 Java Programming II CollectionsCollections are holders that let you store and organize objects in useful ways for efficient access.  In the package java.util, there are interfaces and classes that provide a generic collection framework.  The Collections interfaces: Collection, Set, SortedSet, List, Queue, /


LCIO A persistency framework and data model for the linear collider CHEP 04, Interlaken Core Software, Wednesday 29.09.2004 Frank Gaede, DESY -IT-

that can serve as base classes for modules easy to define an application framework based on LCIO for reconstruction and analysis: org.lcsim (Java), Marlin (C++) CHEP 04, Interlaken, 29.09.04Frank Gaede, DESY -IT- 16 LCEvent in a modular application main Module0 Module1 Module2 ModuleN LCEvent collection0 … read and add collections Outputmodule MyInput2.slcio MyInput1.slcio MyInput0.slcio MyOutput.slcio CHEP 04, Interlaken/


1 Javas Collection Framework Map and Sets. 2 Collection Framework  A collections framework is a unified architecture for representing and manipulating.

1 Javas Collection Framework Map and Sets 2 Collection Framework  A collections framework is a unified architecture for representing and manipulating collections. It has: –Interfaces: abstract data types representing collections –Implementations: concrete implementations of the collection interfaces/ get !  Some implementations – TreeSet : values stored in order, O(log n) – HashSet : values in a hash table, no order, O(1) 10 Lets play  Set up a small collection of mappings Map tm = new TreeMap (); tm.put/


A-JUMP Message Passing Framework for Globally Interconnected Clusters Mr. Sajjad Asghar Advance Scientific Computing Group, National Centre for Physics,

201010 Architecture for Java Universal Message Passing (A-JUMP) Framework A-JUMP is an HPC framework built for distributed memory architectures in order to facilitate explicit parallelism. A-JUMP is purely written in Java. A-JUMP /Bal. “CCJ: Object-Based Message Passing and Collective Communication in Java,” Concurrency and Computation: Practice & Experience, 15(3-5):341-369, 2003. J. Al-Jaroodi, N. Mohamed, H. Jiang, and D. Swanson, “JOPI: a Java object-passing interface: Research Articles,” Concurrency and/


Google Web Toolkit (GWT) St. Louis Java SIG April 12, 2007 Brad Busch Andrew Prunicki.

with traditional tools. ● Too many disparate technologies and frameworks. HTML, XHTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, Java-EL, JSTL, AJAX, JSP, Taglibs, JSF, Struts/: – http://gwt-widget.sourceforge.net/ - the GWT Widget Library. A large collection of widgets including edittable labels, image buttons and Scriptaculous integration amongst others. http://gwt/ ● GWT# for.Net is in development. GWT Roadmap ● Things to come: – RPC simplification – Drag and Drop support – Java 5 language support – Vector graphics/


Slide 1 Collections – Part I. Slide 2 Lesson Overview Topics covered: (1) Introduction to the Java Collections framework (2) Collection interfaces: Collection.

said to be polymorphic: that is, the same method can be used on many different implementations of the appropriate collection interface. In essence, algorithms are reusable functionality. Slide 6 Benefits of the Java Collections Framework Reduces programming effort: By providing useful data structures and algorithms, the Collections Framework frees you to concentrate on the important parts of your program rather than on the low-level "plumbing" required/


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