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Learn Microsoft Visual J++ 6.0 Now
by Kevin Ingalls, Daniel Jinguji
Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN: 1572319232; Bk&Disk edition (February 1998)
Amazon.com: For a quick and useful tour of essential Visual J++ features and capabilities, Learn Microsoft Visual J++ 6.0 Now can get you up and running fast. This title combines an introduction to the Java programming language with instruction on how to create basic applets, including animated applets, before teaching how to build Java applications. The book also covers topics such as input/output (I/O) and how to call Win32 API functions using J/Direct. Along the way, the authors introduce Windows Foundation Classes (WFC) and component development--a real strength of the new Visual J++. This book allows the developer with at least some programming experience to get started in the world of Visual J++ development. --Richard Dragan
From Book News, Inc.: An introduction to using the Visual J++ development system for Java, designed for people with prior programming experience. Begins with discussions of Windows applications and the basics of the Java language, then explains Java applets embedded in Web pages, and creating and using reusable components in Java. Also discusses classes and forms, inheritance, creating animated images in applets, and console applications. The CD-ROM includes sample code and projects, and the Publisher's Edition of Visual J++. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
Book Description: LEARN MICROSOFT VISUAL J++ NOW introduces Windows(r)-based programmers and less experienced developers to the latest version of Visual J++ and how to get the most out of it. Readers learn how to create an application and see what's going on in the process. Other topics include an overview of Java and Microsoft's implementation of Java; working with classes, objects, and forms; creating, enhancing, and animating applets; Java packages; and multimedia in WinDirect, console applications, and creating new components. Appendixes provide quick reference to Java syntax, event-driven programming, and database access. The accompanying CD includes a time-limited version of Microsoft Visual J++ (90 days from install) and sample files.
Ingram: Introducing, the quick and easy way to learn Visual J++ 6.0. This book offershands-on learning through the proven tutorial format that reaches a broad andgrowing developer market interested in new programming opportunities.
Hit the ground running., February 19, 2001
Reviewer: Robert Wooster from Weston, CT USA
Ideal book for those whose eyes glaze over after the first 500 pages of the metaphysics of OOP found in most Java books. The authors walk you through paced examples and exercises that skip over a lot of the details that are peripheral to the current topic under consideration. The only reservation is that J++, Microsoft's dialect of Java, is probably going to be phased out in favor of C#. CD-ROM includes examples and exercises plus a trial edition of J++.
Not Your First Book on Computer Programming, April 7, 1999
Reviewer: A reader from Sag Harbor, NY
Let me emphasize that this is not a book for people with no prior programming experience. Familiarity with basic object oriented programming conventions is assumed by the author. If you do not have the requisite background (proabably C++) the "labs" are confusing and hard to follow. If you've programmed before, but are new to Java, this is probably a good book with which to start, especially if you're working in the MS Visual Studio environment.
Good, Bad, & Ugly, April 10, 2002
Reviewer: Byron Badeaux from New Orleans
Good: Dives right in, plenty of resources. Fast track to learning.
Bad: Begins moving rather rapidly in third chapter, a basic knowlege of java would helps significantly about here.
Ugly: There are a few misprints in the book. Be on your toes and follow the instructions to the letter. If something does not appear in the book as it apppears on your screen, back up, look around and make it right.
Not as easy to follow as I had hoped., February 22, 2002
Reviewer: Geri from Boston, MA
The book was hard to follow and it didn't really help you understand how or why the code was incorrect.
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