Java programming information

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The Sun Java site: java.sun.com contains the free Java Developers' Kit and other free software

The SunŽ Java Tutorial are a great way to get started.

  • The "Really Big Index" lists all of the Sun Java Tutorial's content pages.
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    Links to Java resources:

    JCreator - a GREAT (and free) IDE for programming

    BlueJ: The Interactive Java Environment is an integrated Java environment for introductory teaching. Some students may find this programming environment helpful.

    The Java Ranch - tutorials and tests for 'greenhorns'.

    Download The Java Tutorial (from the Sun Java website)

    Java Software Solutions (accompaniment to the book)

    Gamelan - recommended by Deitel

    comp.lang.java FAQ newsgroup list

    javascript tutorial (WebTeacher)

    JAVA: How do I start?

    Java Programming Resources: http://www.apl.jhu.edu/~hall/java/

    Other links to Java sites and Info: http://www.javaman.com/static/links.html

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    Java books

    Horstmann, Computing Concepts with Java 2 Essentials, Wiley, 2000 (good online resources)

    Farrell, Java Programming, ITP, 1999 (CD included)

    Deitel & Deitel, Java: How to Program, 2nd Edition, Prentice Hall, 1998 (CD: Java Multimedia Cyber Classroom)

    Deitel & Deitel, Java: How to Program, 3rd Edition, Prentice Hall, 1999

    Lambert & Osborne, Java: Complete Course, ITP, 2000 (online resources:The BreezyGUI Web Site)

    Turner et. al., Java Programming Basics, South-Western, 1997

    Davis, Learn Java Now, Microsoft Press, 1996 (for Visual J++)

    Shafer, JavaScript & Netscape Wizardry, Coriolis, 1996 (CD Included)

    Jamsa et. al., Web Programming, Jamsa Press, 1996 (CD Included)

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    last updated , John Hanna