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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 STEM-TP Software Applet Page

The STEM-TP Software applet page offers Java laboratory applets for the introductory astronomy teacher. These applets illustrate: the communication with extraterrestrial civilizations, radiative transfer, why the setting sun is red and the sky is blue, a random walk in two dimensions, binary star orbits, extra-solar planets, and the Doppler Shift. These applets provide a step-by-step ...

View Resource My Physics Labs - Physics Simulations with Java

This web site, authored by Erik Neumann, contains a collection of interactive java simulations for physics. Each simulation includes a detailed explanation of the physics and math behind the system, as well as the numerical methods used to simulate the motion. Most are demonstrations of oscillators, but there are also games related to basic principles of force. Included are the double pendulum,...

View Resource Codeacademy

How does one learn how to code? It can be complicated, but Codeacademy lifts the veil on the mystery behind this important modern craft and skill. On the site, visitors can go ahead and get started by typing in their username. After this, visitors can click on the Learn area to find out more about programming for JavaScript, Python, Ruby, and jQuery. An area at the bottom of the main page links...

View Resource Amanogawa Website

Amanogawa has authored this website featuring interactive java applications and tutorials for transmission lines, electromagnetic waves, linear antennas, circuits, signal integrity and EMC/EMI. The applications are created for innovative educational Java software purposes.

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