Intro to VisualCafé
Professional Edition

This one-day class uncovers the major features of the VisualCafé Professional Edition 3.0 through the hands-on development of a customizable environment using wizards, reusable Java components, class libraries, project-level management tools, Swing/JFC support, JavaBeans concepts and powerful compiling, deploying and debugging features. Java developers and sophisticated Web developers will learn how to use VisualCaféís integrated development and debugging environment for creating Web-hosted Java applets and standalone Java applications. Students will also learn about additional features such as Java component libraries, graphics libraries and templates to provide a complete Java solution.

1. THE VISUAL CAFÉ ENVIRONMENT

New Features and Improvements

Types of Java Projects

Navigating the VisualCafé Environment

2. CREATING JAVA APPLICATIONS

Creating a New Application

Adding Components to an Application

Customizing the Look and Feel of a Component

Creating Interactions and Events between Components

Describe the Purpose and Use of Source Code

3. CREATING JAVABEAN COMPONENTS

Creating a New JavaBean Component

Importing a Java Bean Component to the Component Library

Additional Features

4. CREATING JAVA APPLETS

Creating and Viewing a Basic Applet

Adding Components to an Applet

Debugging an Applet

Localizing Applets

5. ESTABLISHING VERSION CONTROL

Version Control Systems Interfaces

Configuring the Version Control System

Checking In and Out a File from a Project

Securing the Latest Version of a File

 

Upon completion of the VisualCafé Professional Development course, developers will be certified in the successful application of:

Length: 1 Day.

Students must have an understanding of object-oriented programming languages and concepts such as GUI components, event models, interactions, classes and inheritance. Students should also have a basic knowledge of HTML and the Java programming language, including concepts such as syntax, properties, exceptions, applets and applications, inner classes and Java I/O. Students must understand SQL and client server models.