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Java Tutorials

Java » Networking — over 10 years ago
Many times it is useful to be able to get programmatically information about the network interfaces present on a host. Java standard library include a number of classes designed to provide access to this information. The most important is java.net.NetworkInterface which suffered a major face lifting in Java 6. Now it is possible to get a lot more information about every network interface in the system. Of special importance is the ability to get the MAC address of an interface.
Java » Swing and AWT — almost 8 years ago
A lesson teaching us how to create an FPS style camera in a 3D environment such as OpenGL. The lesson then goes on to show us how to move the camera around the environment using the keyboard.
Java » Basics — almost 10 years ago
Quick tutorial demonstrating the ever famous 'Hello world' program and how to set up Java.
Java » Basics — about 10 years ago
Learn how to create fully fledged 3D applications that integrate seamlessly with a web browser using Java, WebStart and Irrlicht.
Java » Swing and AWT — over 10 years ago
Java 6 tries hard to make Java applications easier to integrate in the desktop environment of various platforms. One of such welcome attempts is the new java.awt.Desktop class adapted from JDIC (JDesktop Integration Components).
Java » Networking — over 10 years ago
Since Java 5 working with RMI (Remote Method Invocation) is very easy. You don’t need the rmic compiler unless you work with legacy RMI clients. Now stubs are generated automatically at runtime. Let’s see a very minimalistic example.
Java » Basics — almost 10 years ago
Helps you with the setting up of the JVM and your first HelloWorld program. If you have any problems, feel free to email me at admin@live-cs.com
Java » Basics — over 8 years ago
In this lesson we look at the various ways of creating 3D shapes in OpenGL (JOGL). We also cover the basics of rotation and look at using the GLUT library to let us load pre-made primitives like the famous 'teapot'. Includes source code as well as some basic and advanced exercises at the end.
Java » Frameworks — almost 9 years ago
This tutorial covers what a Layout is and gives examples of the five types of layout that come with the Android Framework. Examples are given for AbsoluteLayout, FrameLayout, LinearLayout, RelativeLayout, and TableLayout.
Java » Basics — almost 9 years ago
Google Guice is a light java dependency inversion framework using annotations. It is developed by Google and it is used internally by Google for their applications.
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