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Introduction to Programming GUI with Java CSC 2700 Section 02: TTH 03:00-04:30 class web page:http://www.csc.lsu.edu/ duncan/courses/csc2700-f08 Instructor: William E. Duncan Office: 159 Coates Hall Email Address: [email protected] Office Hours: TBA Course Description: A basic survey of graphics programming and programming user interface components from the Java Abstract Windowing Toolkit and Swing packages. Textbooks: Required : none Recommended : John Zukowski, The Definitive Guide to Java Swing 3/e (ISBN: 1590594479) Supplement : Cay Horstmann, Big Java 2/e (ISBN: 0471697036) Supplement : Herbert Schildt, The Complete Reference, J2SE 5th ed. (ISBN: 0072230738) Supplement : Arnow, Dexter & Weiss, Introduction to Programming Using Java (ISBN: 0321200063) Prerequisites: 1. Credit or registration in CSC 1351 or equivalent background in Java programming.
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CSC 2700 : Introduction to Programming GUI with Java Goal: To introduce students to the use of classes in the Java AWT and Swing packages in the development of user-friendly graphical interfaces for Java applications and applets. By the end of the course, students will be able to use classes in the AWT and Swing packages, understand the basics of event-driven programming, and implement online java applications (applets).
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