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View Resource Free Electronic Book: Thinking in Java, 3rd Edition

This highly acclaimed online book is intended to provide a thorough introduction to the Java programming language. Spanning sixteen chapters plus appendices, Thinking in Java should be sufficient for all but the most advanced or obscure topics. The book covers the basics of objects, coding style, error handling, the Java input/output system, creating graphical user interfaces, and much more. The...

View Resource Java.sun.com: New to Java Programming Center

As part of Sun Microsystems' extensive online training, this Web site offers a large collection of articles and tutorials on the Java programming language. The material is presented in a series of four basic steps, beginning with an overview of the Java platform and common terminology. Several lessons comprise the following section, leading the user through the necessary system setup and some...

View Resource The Java Tutorial: A Practical Guide for Programmers

This Java tutorial, created by the makers of the language, covers all the basics needed to start programming. Some of the general subjects discussed on the site include writing applets, 2D graphics, security, and custom networking. Each of the main sections has several lessons that describe specific topics. The first few are probably essential for every Java beginner, but the specialized sections...

View Resource Simple 3D Drawing

Developed by Barbara Kaskosz of the University of Rhode Island and Doug Ensley of Shippensburg University, this resource from The Mathematical Association of America's Digital Classroom Resources collection will prove quite valuable for educators and anyone with an interest in computer graphics or geometry. Through this resource, visitors will learn how to draw and rotate 3D objects via a series...

View Resource Advanced CSS Layouts: Step by Step

Most Web sites are designed with HTML tables, which can be an arduous task. Making sites that are accessible and standards-compliant requires a separation of markup and content, and CSS is the best way to accomplish this. This Web page by Rogelio Vizcaino Lizaola and Andy King offers a step-by-step CSS layout tutorial on how to create WebReference table-like layouts (that behave well with small...

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