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CS406 Internet Programming with Java (2015)

5 Pages | 777.99 KB |

CS419 Mobile Device App Development Millersville University Department of Computer Science Dr. Roger W. Webster Lab Assignment Three: For this assignment using Java and Eclipse and the Android SDK write an Android App that plays a trivia game. The App should extend the work you have done in the first assignment. The App should work similar to the "Celtics or Patriots or Red Sox Trivia Game Apps I wrote and it should follow the code architecture that I have on my web site. You can download it and use it as a reference. Your App should: • It should play a trivia game Activity with at least 20 questions loaded from an XML file as discussed in lectures. • it should keep track of the # right and # wrong persistently as discussed in lectures (preferences). • The questions should enumerate as discussed in lectures (QNo using preferences). • it

Deploying Oracle ADF JClient Applications with Java Web Start

46 Pages | 1.49 M |

 $Q2UDFOH:KLWH3DSHU 0D\                 "!  #$%&')(   * "  +  + , Introduction........................................................................................................4 About ADF JClient ..........................................................................................0 Java Web Start ...................................................................................................0 How Java Web Start works..........................................................................5 Why Java Web Start? ...................................................................................5 Example Application used in this paper .......................................................6 Prerequisites........................................................................................................7 Trust no one...................................................................................................7 Creating a self signed certificate..................................................................7 Creating and signing the ADF Business Components EAR file ..........9 Local deployment with Java Web Start using OC4J...................................10 Embedded OC4J.........................................................................................13 Standalone OC4J.........................................................................................15 Creating a Connection to OC4J................................................................15 Deploying the bc4jlibs.ear file to stand-alone OC4J..............................17 Local Deployment to OC4J.......................................................................18 Local Deployment to Oracle Application Server 10J ...........................19 Local Deployment to Oracle Application Server 10J using OEM......24 Using static JNLP files................................................................................25 Three-tier deployment.....................................................................................25 Prerequisites ................................................................................................26 Configuring ADF Business Components for EJB deployment

Java Web Programming with Eclipse (2009)

293 Pages | 3.25 M |

David Turner, Ph.D. Department of Computer Science and Engineering California State University San Bernardino Jinsok Chae, Ph.D. Department of Computer Science and Engineering University of Incheon Copyright c©2009 by David Turner and Jinseok Chae Version December 1, 2009 Preface The purpose of the book is to introduce students to web application devel- opment in Java with the use of Eclipse. The book assumes a familiarity with HTML and the Java programming language. The book is in cookbook format in that it provides instructions on how to construct solutions to various problems. The intent is to show students how to accomplish typical Web development tasks in the Java language. In later chapters of the book, detailed instructions are omitted if they duplicate instructions in an earlier chapter. This assumes the student can recall or refer back to the previous instructions. Unguided exercises are also provided so

Installing Linux on a laptop with Windows 8 pre-installed

26 Pages | 2.07 M |

1. Try and check whether your laptop supports Linux, and you can get into the bios program. Have you got a user manual with instructions for entering bios, if not then google for it. 2. Before doing anything see if you can backup your windows installation to a full system image. Personally I don't have much confidence in the images Windows creates, but my backup program couldn't handle the disk GPT partitions. 3. Either buy a magazine disk or download a 64 bit version of your favourite Linux distro. A magazine disk would normally already be bootable, otherwise create a bootable usb drive or DVD, either using the Linux utility or on Windows try pendrivelinux.com or unetbootin.sourceforge.net 4. Preparation Notes The following is a small guide to install Ubuntu with a Pre-Installed Windows 8 system. The steps HAVE TO BE done

Java and the Internet of Things (2014)

23 Pages | 1.71 M |

Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 1 Henrik Stahl Vice President Java Product Management Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 2 5 of Top 5 OEMs ship Java ME #1 Development platform 9 Million+ Java developers worldwide 3 Billion mobile phones run Java #1 Choice for developers 100% of Blu-Ray players ship with Java 97% of enterprise desktops run Java 89% of desktops in USA run Java 5 Billion Java Cards in use 125 Million TV devices run Java Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 3 Copyright © 2014, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. 4 Create Opportunity Reduce Complexity Create Opportunity Drive Innovation Reduce Complexity • Data Capture • Real-Time Analytics • Reduced Human Interaction • New Services • Interoperability & Standards • Security • Provisioning & Management • Developer

Web App Accelerator Service for Internet Explorer 11 (2015)

3 Pages | 241.01 KB |

Service overview The release of Windows 10 represents a major ecosystem change for enterprises. It moves the delivery of software as a service to the desktop, and it integrates with a number of other Microsoft® solutions like system management, mobile device management, security, and licensing. It is the last Windows OS release requiring a dedicated migration effort. In the future, Windows will be kept current via regular cloud updates. Finally, Microsoft is ending support for all Internet Explorer versions earlier than version 11. These changes represent a number of challenges for companies. Both Windows® applications and Web apps need to be validated to run in the new environment, the impact on security and system management strategies needs to be assessed, and the implications for mobile devices need to be considered. To provide assurance that Web apps will run successfully in Internet Explorer 11 (IE11), HP has developed the Web App

A Short History of the Internet and the Web (2013)

29 Pages | 1011.24 KB |

A Short History of the Internet and Web (Narrated) Frank McCown COMP 250 – Internet Development Harding University Photos were obtained from the Web, and copyright is held by the respective owners. Short History of Computing by Frank McCown is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License “We've all heard that a million monkeys banging on a million typewriters will eventually reproduce the entire works of Shakespeare. Now, thanks to the Internet, we know this is not true.” - Robert Wilensky • 1945 – Vannevar Bush writes about “memex”, a futuristic, automatic, personal library system • 1960s – Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) does research on “internetwork”, connecting small and large networks • 1968 – Doug Engelbart demonstrates NLS, a hypertext system that uses a “mouse” “The Demo” http://technologyyz.blogspot.com/2012/12/engelbart-mouse.html • 1969 – ARPANET goes online with 4 nodes Dec 1969 Dec 1970 Aug 1972 June 1970 Sept 1971

Web Work: A History of Internet Art (2000)

7 Pages | 7.51 M |

A HISTORY OF INTERNET ART. THE TERM “NET.ART" is less a coinage than an accident, the result of a software glitch that occurred in December 1995, when ...

The Java Sound Internet Phone - Java Sound Resources

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java.sun.com/javaone/sf | 2004 JavaOneSM Conference | Session 3196: The Java Sound Internet Phone1 The Java Sound Internet Phone Florian Bomers Sun Microsystems, Inc. Matthias Pfisterer itservices pfisterer | 2004 JavaOneSM Conference | Session 3196: The Java Sound Internet Phone2 Overall Presentation Goal Learn how to build a simple Voice over IP (VoIP) application with Java. Explore how to leverage new features in J2SE 5.0. Simple VoIP with Java | 2004 JavaOneSM Conference | Session 3196: The Java Sound Internet Phone3 Speaker Introduction • Florian Bomers is leading Java Sound development at Sun Microsystems • Matthias Pfisterer is an independent contractor mainly for Java technology-based projects • Both have been programming with the Java Sound API since its very beginning • They lead the Tritonus project – an open source implementation of the Java Sound API, and plugins. • They founded the jsresources.org project (Java Sound Resources): open source FAQs, examples,

Java How to Program, Late Objects Version, 8/e (2013)

92 Pages | 11.85 M |

© 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved. © 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved. © 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved.  Best way to develop and maintain a large program is to construct it from small, simple pieces. ◦ called divide and conquer  Methods facilitate the design, implementation, operation and maintenance of large programs.  Normally, methods are called on specific objects  static methods can be called without the need for an object of the class to exist © 1992-2010 by Pearson Education, Inc. All Rights Reserved.  Java programs are written by combining new methods and classes that you write with predefined methods and classes available in the Java Application Programming Interface and in various other class libraries  Related classes are typically grouped into packages so that they can be imported