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Curriculum Design and Instruction To Teach

An Introduction To Network Programming

With Java:


Author: Charles Hayes:










Special Features Include:

* Phases For Conducting A Needs Assessment:

* Curriculum Design Supplement:

* Curriculum Design Plan:

* Curriculum Goals:

* Curriculum Objectives:

* Curriculum Philosophy:

* Instructional Goals:

* Instructional Objectives:

* Lesson Plans:

* Lesson Goals:

* Lessong Objectives:

* Standard Vocabulary To Be Utilized:

* Limited Glimpse:

Topics Include:

@ Basic Concepts, Protocols and Terminology:

1. Clients, Servers and Peers:

2. Ports and Sockets:

3. The Internet and IP Addresses:

4. Internet Services, URLs and DNS:

5. TCP:

6. UDP:

@ Starting Network Programming in Java:

1. The InetAddress Class:

2. Using Sockets:

a. TCP Sockets:

b. Datagram (UDP) Sockets:

3. Network Programming with GUIs:

4. Downloading Web Pages:

@ Multithreading and Multiplexing:

1. Thread Basics:

2. Using Threads in Java:

a. Extending the Thread Class:

b. Explicitly Implementing the Runnable Interface:

3. Multithreaded Servers:

4. Locks and Deadlock:

5. Synchronising Threads:

6. Non-Blocking Servers:

a. Overview:

b. Implementation:

c. Further Details:

@ File Handling:

1. Serial Access Files:

2. File Methods:

3. Redirection:

4. Command Line Parameters:

5. Random Access Files:

6. Vectors:

7. Vectors and Serialisation:

@ Remote Method Invocation (RMI):

1. The Basic RMI Process:

2. Implementation Details:

3. Compilation and Execution:

4. Using RMI Meaning Fully:

5. RMI Security:

@ CORBA:

1. Background and Basics:

2. The Structure of a Java IDL Specification:

3. The Java IDL Process:

4. Using Factory Objects:

5. Object Persistence:

6. RMI-IIOP:

@ Java Database Connectivity (JDBC):

1. The Vendor Variation Problem:

2. SQL and Versions of JDBC:

3. Creating an ODBC Data Source:

4. Simple Database Access:

5. Modifying the Database Contents:

6. Transactions:

7. Meta Data:

8. Using a GUI to Access a Database:

9. Scrollable ResultSets in JDBC 2.0:

10. Modifying Databases via Java Methods:

11. Using the DataSource Interface:

a. Overview and Support Software:

b. Defining a JNDI Resource Reference:

c. Mapping the Resource Reference onto a Real

Resource:

d. Obtaining the Data Source Connection:

e. Data Access Objects:

@ Servlets:

1. Servlet Basics:

2. Setting up the Servlet API:

3. Creating a Web Application:

4. The Servelet URL and the Invoking Web Page:

5. Servlet Structure:

6. Testing a Servlet:

7. Passing Data:

8. Sessions:

9. Cookies:

3. Accessing a Database Via a Servlet:

@ JavaServer Pages (JSPs):

1. The Rational behind JSPs:

2. Compilation and Execution:

3. JSP Tags:

4. Implicit JSP Objects:

5. Error Pages:

6. Using JSPs to Access Remote Database:

@ JavaBeans:

1. Introduction to the Bean Builder:

2. Creating a JavaBean:

3. Exposing a Bean's Properties:

4. Making Beans Respond to Events:

5. Using JavaBeans Within an Application:

6. Bound Properties:

7. Using JavaBeans in JSPs:

a. The Basic Procedure:

b. Calling a Bean's Methods Directly:

c. Using HTML Tags to Manipulate a

Bean's Properties:

@ Introduction To Enterprise JavaBeans:

1. Categories of EJB:

2. Basic Structure of an EJB:

3. Packaging and Deployment:

4. Client Programs:

5. Entity EJBS:

@. Multimedia:

1. Transferring and Displaying Images:

2. Transferring Media Files:

3. Playing Sound Files:

4. The Java Media Framework:

@ Applets:

1. Applets and JApplets:

2. Applet Basics and the Development Process:

3. The Internal Operation of Applets;

4. Using Images in Applets:

a. Using Class Image:

b. Using Class Imagelcom:

5. Scaling Images:

6. Using Sound in Applets:

* Structures Query Language (SQL):

* Deployment Descriptors for EJBs:

* Further Reading:

* STATE OF THE ART CURRICULUM DESIGN:

* NEW:

* BIBLIOGRAPHY:

* GLOSSARY:

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