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Object Oriented Design in JAVA | JAVA OO Design Video Tutorial

DEAR VISITOR , YOU ARE WATCHING : Object Oriented Design in JAVA | JAVA OO Design Video Tutorial .

[postlink] http://j2ee-tutorials-videos.blogspot.com/2012/03/object-oriented-design-in-java-java-oo.html [/postlink] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5Poo9MVqdAendofvid [starttext]This is a Video Tutorial covers the download of the Java SE
-How to install of the Java SE
-how to change your path so the Java SE will work on your system.
-How to download Eclipse.
-how to install Eclipse.
-A brief introduction to the concept of Object Oriented Design.
-How to write your first program in Java using Eclipse IDE.
-What are the object concept, constuctors, methods, and variables ?
-the concept of INHERITANCE and how to inherit one class from another using the key word, "extends."
-how to create and use Queues, Stacks, Collections, Comparators, Iterators, Lists, Maps, ArrayList, LinkedList, and the java.util.* functionality in general.
-overview of some Java SWING and AWT functionality.


Part 2 - This video covers the install of the Java SE


Part 3 - This video covers how to change your path so the Java SE will work on your system.


Part 4 - This video covers the download of Eclipse


Part 5 - This video shows you how to install Eclipse.


Part 6 - A brief introduction to the concept of Object Oriented Design.


Part 7 - How to write your first program in Java using Eclipse IDE.


Part 8 - How to write your first java program using Eclipse IDE.


Part 9 - The last part of how to write your first program in java.


Part 10 - This video covers the object concept, constuctors, methods, and variables. Here is the source code used in this video:

class Employee {
String name;
Double salary; Employee () { name = "Joe Smith"; salary = 15.75;
} String getName(){ return name;
} String getSalary() { return salary.toString();
} public static void main(String[] args){ Employee myEmployee = new Employee(); String retrievedName = myEmployee.getName(); System.out.println(retrievedName); String retrievedSalary = myEmployee.getSalary(); System.out.println(retrievedSalary);
}
}


Part 11 - This tutorial cover the concept of INHERITANCE and how to inherit one class from another using the key word, "extends."


Part 12 - This video continues to demonstrate the inheritance concept. This time all classes are broken out into separate .java files. One base class is extended by two inherited classes to show that you can inherit more then just one class from a base you can have several derived classes from the same base class.


Part 13 - This tutorial runs through EVERYTHING needed to build a small OOD program using ABSTRACT classes, inheritance, STATIC methods and variables as well as identifying and using different OBJECT types. Inheritance is explained along with a detailed example. If you are doing assignment 2 for the OOD class this gives away the entire assignment.


Part 14 - This lecture reviews how to create and use Queues, Stacks, Collections, Comparators, Iterators, Lists, Maps, ArrayList, LinkedList, and the java.util.* functionality in general.


Part 15 - This lecture covers and overview of some Java SWING and AWT functionality. The tutorial creates a Text Editor program with a MENU that has an Open, Save, and Exit option. It's a good start to learn how to program with Java SWING and Java I/O. See how simple it really is.



OO Design in Java FINAL EXAM Review
Part 16 - This lecture reviews the content and provides study hints for students taking the Object-Oriented Design in Java class.

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