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In just 21 days, you'll have all the skills you need to get up and running efficiently. With this complete tutorial, you'll master the basics and then move on to the more advanced features and concepts of Java and JBuilder. Master all of the new and advanced features that JBuilder . offers.

In just 21 days, you'll have all the skills you need to get up and running efficiently. Learn how to effectively use the latest tools and features of JBuilder, by following practical, real-world examples. Get expert tips from a leading authority on implementing JBuilder in the corporate environment. This book is designed for the way you learn.

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It is good tradition of Borland to release books with titles like Teach yourself a Borland IDE in 21 days. So, it was just a matter of time before Teach yourself Borland JBuilder in 21 Days by Michelle M. Manning was released. It promises to teach you Java and JBuilder in 21 days. At the end of the three weeks you know all you need to know to write Java application and applets in JBuilder. The lessons start easy with the first day. An short introduction to Java and JBuilder is given

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I found it much better than the "Teach Yourself C++ in 21 days" book I bought a while ago (I had to use a different book because of the namespace weirdness in that one). However, it doesn't push the reader to experiment with code and push themselves like the first title I mentioned does.

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A comprehensive tutorial presents information on how to program with Java within the Latte development environment while explaining all the features of the Latte tool. Original. (Beginner).

Teach Yourself Jbuilder in 21 Days (Sams Teach Yourself) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1575211046

ISBN: 1575211041

Author: Manning Michelle M.,Michelle M. Manning

Category: Computers and Technology

Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing

Language: English

Publisher: Sams (September 1997)

Pages: 752 pages

ePUB size: 1247 kb

FB2 size: 1825 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 413

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Wnex
I bought this book in the hope that I could build a few simple applets and get started building programs in Jbuilder. Chapter 8 caught my eye in the bookstore after reading favorable reviews here. Several frustrating hours later, I have yet to get a functioning jbuilder application working at my ISP. I have noticed some serious omissions in this book which suggests it was not written or edited with the latest version of Jbuilder. Chapter 8 fails to mention where I am likely to find the jbuilder class files which must be deployed on the web to successfully run a java applet. ( I learned about the class file location from Borland's FAQ page ) It should have been covered in Chapter 8. While discussing the CODEBASE HTML code, the book does not discuss the command CODEBASE = "." which is the HTML generated by the the most basic applet wizard. When I deploy my applet to my public html account and attempt to run the applet with Netscape's latest browser I get the message "Applet1 can't start class hello.Applet1 not found." Some key information is missing from Chapter 8. Thus, this book has failed me in attempting to construct the most simple application. I think it belongs among all those here today gone tomorrow books that were written with Beta software and never tested or edited by serious technical people. Rushed to the market the book quickly looses relevance.
Wnex
I bought this book in the hope that I could build a few simple applets and get started building programs in Jbuilder. Chapter 8 caught my eye in the bookstore after reading favorable reviews here. Several frustrating hours later, I have yet to get a functioning jbuilder application working at my ISP. I have noticed some serious omissions in this book which suggests it was not written or edited with the latest version of Jbuilder. Chapter 8 fails to mention where I am likely to find the jbuilder class files which must be deployed on the web to successfully run a java applet. ( I learned about the class file location from Borland's FAQ page ) It should have been covered in Chapter 8. While discussing the CODEBASE HTML code, the book does not discuss the command CODEBASE = "." which is the HTML generated by the the most basic applet wizard. When I deploy my applet to my public html account and attempt to run the applet with Netscape's latest browser I get the message "Applet1 can't start class hello.Applet1 not found." Some key information is missing from Chapter 8. Thus, this book has failed me in attempting to construct the most simple application. I think it belongs among all those here today gone tomorrow books that were written with Beta software and never tested or edited by serious technical people. Rushed to the market the book quickly looses relevance.
Lyrtois
This book does not contain a working version of JBuilder. I chose this book because of the 90 day Trial Version of JBuilder included. The first time I tried to run JBuilder after installing it I got a message that the installation had expired. I called the publisher and was informed that the software provided by Borland shut down in October of 1997. The book itself is good, but you absolutley need JBuilder to learn from it.
Lyrtois
This book does not contain a working version of JBuilder. I chose this book because of the 90 day Trial Version of JBuilder included. The first time I tried to run JBuilder after installing it I got a message that the installation had expired. I called the publisher and was informed that the software provided by Borland shut down in October of 1997. The book itself is good, but you absolutley need JBuilder to learn from it.
Gavirus
NOTE: This applies to the "Borland teach yourself JBuilding in 14 [not 21] days" by the same author.
It is the $40 learn Java in 14 days kit with Jbuilder 1.1
After learning the basics of Basic, Visual Basic, Pascal, C, SQL, HTML, I figured I'd spend my last summer of college learning to program Java. Lets put it this way, I've gotten to page 300 (out of 500) and I've learned about a couple pages worth of information.
This book "explains" the entire Java language in days 3-5, but explains it in a very technical and very difficult to understand way. And I've had a lot of programming experience.
I may just have to buy another Java book and hope that after ANOTHER couple of weeks maybe I'll learn a little Java!
Gavirus
NOTE: This applies to the "Borland teach yourself JBuilding in 14 [not 21] days" by the same author.
It is the $40 learn Java in 14 days kit with Jbuilder 1.1
After learning the basics of Basic, Visual Basic, Pascal, C, SQL, HTML, I figured I'd spend my last summer of college learning to program Java. Lets put it this way, I've gotten to page 300 (out of 500) and I've learned about a couple pages worth of information.
This book "explains" the entire Java language in days 3-5, but explains it in a very technical and very difficult to understand way. And I've had a lot of programming experience.
I may just have to buy another Java book and hope that after ANOTHER couple of weeks maybe I'll learn a little Java!
Kahavor
I hope later editions of this book will be published to keep pace with Java's evolution and future Jbuilder upgrades. Michelle Manning's excellent books should be delivered with the CD product in all Jbuilder options/versions.
Kahavor
I hope later editions of this book will be published to keep pace with Java's evolution and future Jbuilder upgrades. Michelle Manning's excellent books should be delivered with the CD product in all Jbuilder options/versions.
Hulbine
This book is a very clearly written introduction to the Java language. Also a good introduction to the JBuilder IDE. Especially appropriate for someone with only modest programming experience. Misses some of the fine points but those who wish to become expert should follow this with a meatier text. (I am).
Hulbine
This book is a very clearly written introduction to the Java language. Also a good introduction to the JBuilder IDE. Especially appropriate for someone with only modest programming experience. Misses some of the fine points but those who wish to become expert should follow this with a meatier text. (I am).
RUL
The book is clear, concise, well organized and very helpfull for starting your Java programming experience. It is conceived as a guide to the JBuilder Development Environment with all its goodies. But it goes far beyond into the escence of Java, without unnecessary complications and a balanced feeling of what is needed to begin creating Java applets and applications. Theoretical issues on Object Oriented Programming are treated with a natural approach and no misleading oversimplifications. Explanations are not mere descriptions, they are relevant and alert the reader on possible mistakes and how to avoid them.
RUL
The book is clear, concise, well organized and very helpfull for starting your Java programming experience. It is conceived as a guide to the JBuilder Development Environment with all its goodies. But it goes far beyond into the escence of Java, without unnecessary complications and a balanced feeling of what is needed to begin creating Java applets and applications. Theoretical issues on Object Oriented Programming are treated with a natural approach and no misleading oversimplifications. Explanations are not mere descriptions, they are relevant and alert the reader on possible mistakes and how to avoid them.