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Lesson 1

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 1: Introduction, Downloadable Version

Before You Begin: Setting Up Your Development Environment
Overview
Software Used
Installing the JDK
Installing Eclipse
Installing IntelliJ IDEA
Downloading the Code Examples and Contacting Me for Help

Dive Into NetBeans: Using NetBeans to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting NetBeans, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Dive Into Eclipse: Using Eclipse to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting Eclipse, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Dive Into IntelliJ IDEA: Using NetBeans to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting IntelliJ, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Lesson 1: Test Driving a Java Program at the Command Line
Introduction
Test-Driving the command line

Duration: 00:11:17  File Size: 168 MB

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Lesson 2

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 2: Introduction to Java Applications, Downloadable Version

Lesson 2: Introduction to Java Applications
Introduction
Text-printing program
Printing a line of text with multiple statements
Printing multiple lines of text with a single statement
Displaying multiple lines with method System.out.printf
Addition program and an Introduction to using the online Java documentation
Compare integers using if statements, relational operators and equality operators

Duration: 01:05:45  File Size: 198 MB

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Lesson 3

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 3: Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings, Downloadable Version

Lesson 3: Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings
Introduction
Account class that contains a name instance variable and methods to set and get its value
Creating and manipulating an Account object
Conceptual view of an Account object
Account class with a constructor that initializes the name instance variable
Using the Account constructor to initialize the name instance variable when each Account object is created
Adding the TextViews, EditText, SeekBar and LinearLayouts
Account class with a double instance variable balance and a constructor and deposit method that perform validation
Inputting and outputting floating-point numbers with Account objects

Duration: 01:11:16  File Size: 225 MB

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Lesson 4

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 4: Control Statements: Part 1, Downloadable Version

Lesson 4: Control Statements, Part 1
Introduction
Student Class: Nested if…else Statements
Calculating a class average using the while statement and counter-controller repetition
Calculating a class average using the while statement and sentinel-controller repetition
Arithmetic assignment operators
Prefix increment and postfix increment operators

Duration: 00:34:32  File Size: 115 MB

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Lesson 5

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 5: Control Statements: Part 2, Downloadable Version

Lesson 5: Control Statements, Part 2
Introduction
Compound-interest calculations with for
do…while repetition statement
LetterGrades class that uses the switch statement to count letter grades
Demonstrating Strings in switch–Class that represents an auto insurance policy
break statement exiting a for statement
continue statement terminating an iteration of a for statement
Logical operators

Duration: 00:45:31  File Size: 163 MB

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Lesson 6

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 6: Methods: A Deeper Look, Downloadable Version

Lesson 6: Methods–A Deeper Look
Introduction
static Methods, static Fields and Class Math
Programmer-declared method maximum with three double parameters
Argument Promotion and Casting
Java API Packages
Shifted and scaled random integers
Roll a six-sided die 6,000,000 times
Craps class simulates the dice game craps
Scope class demonstrates field and local-variable scopes
Overloaded method declarations

Duration: 01:24:21  File Size: 297 MB

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Lesson 7

Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Parts I, II, III, and IV (Video Training): Part I, Lesson 7: Arrays and ArrayLists, Downloadable Version

Lesson 7:Arrays
Introduction
Initializing the elements of an array to default values of zero
Initializing the elements of an array with an array initializer
Calculating the values to be placed into the elements of an array
Computing the sum of the elements of an array
Bar chart printing program
Die-rolling program using arrays instead of switch
Poll analysis program
Card shuffling and dealing
Using the enhanced for statement to total integers in an array
Passing arrays and individual array elements to methods
GradeBook class using an array to store test grades
Initializing two-dimensional arrays
GradeBook class using a two-dimensional array to store grades
Using variable-length argument lists
Initializing an array using command-line arguments
Arrays class methods and System.arraycopy
Generic ArrayList collection demonstration

Duration: 02:06:56  File Size: 444 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2014
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-351941-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-351941-9

7+ hours of video instruction.


Overview
The professional programmer’s Deitel® video guide to Java™ SE 7 and SE 8 development with the powerful Java™ platform

Description
Written for programmers with a background in high-level language programming, this LiveLesson applies the Deitel signature live-code approach to teaching programming and explores the Java™ language and Java™ APIs in depth. The LiveLesson presents¿concepts in the context of fully tested programs, not code fragments. The LiveLesson features hundreds of complete Java™ programs with thousands of lines of proven Java™ code, and hundreds of tips that will help you build robust applications.

NOTE this LiveLesson is one in a series of four:

  • Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Part II
  • Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Part III
  • Java Fundamentals LiveLessons Part IV

Skill Level
Beginner-to-Intermediate

What you Will Learn
Begin with a tutorial on setting up your Java environment, then with tutorials on using the most popular Java IDEs: NetBeans, Eclipse, and IntelliJ. Then begin exploring Java development. Deitel uses an "early objects" approach in this video, so you are immediately immersed in the world of Java Classes, Objects, and Methods. You then learn about the key Control Statements in Java used to manage program flow. And the video finishes with a deeper exploration of Java methods and a powerful treatment of arrays in Java.¿

Who should take this course?
Programmers experienced in a high-level programming language and interested in building industrial-strength applications in Java

Course requirements
Familiarity with any high-level programming language, including C, C++, C#, JavaScript, etc...

Table of Contents

Before You Begin: Setting Up Your Development Environment
Overview
Software Used
Installing the JDK
Installing Eclipse
Installing IntelliJ IDEA
Downloading the Code Examples and Contacting Me for Help

Dive Into NetBeans: Using NetBeans to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting NetBeans, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Dive Into Eclipse: Using Eclipse to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting Eclipse, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Dive Into IntelliJ IDEA: Using NetBeans to Compile Exiting Programs and Create New Ones
Overview
Getting IntelliJ, opening the IDE and configuring tabs and line numbers
Creating a project and adding existing code to the project
Creating a new program

Lesson 1: Test Driving a Java Program at the Command Line
Introduction
Test-Driving the command line

Lesson 2: Introduction to Java Applications
Introduction
Text-printing program
Printing a line of text with multiple statements
Printing multiple lines of text with a single statement
Displaying multiple lines with method System.out.printf
Addition program and an Introduction to using the online Java documentation
Compare integers using if statements, relational operators and equality operators

Lesson 3: Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings
Introduction
Account class that contains a name instance variable and methods to set and get its value
Creating and manipulating an Account object
Conceptual view of an Account object
Account class with a constructor that initializes the name instance variable
Using the Account constructor to initialize the name instance variable when each Account object is created
Adding the TextViews, EditText, SeekBar and LinearLayouts
Account class with a double instance variable balance and a constructor and deposit method that perform validation
Inputting and outputting floating-point numbers with Account objects

Lesson 4: Control Statements, Part 1
Introduction
Student Class: Nested if…else Statements
Calculating a class average using the while statement and counter-controller repetition
Calculating a class average using the while statement and sentinel-controller repetition
Arithmetic assignment operators
Prefix increment and postfix increment operators

Lesson 5: Control Statements, Part 2
Introduction
Compound-interest calculations with for
do…while repetition statement
LetterGrades class that uses the switch statement to count letter grades
Demonstrating Strings in switch–Class that represents an auto insurance policy
break statement exiting a for statement
continue statement terminating an iteration of a for statement
Logical operators

Lesson 6: Methods–A Deeper Look
Introduction
static Methods, static Fields and Class Math
Programmer-declared method maximum with three double parameters
Argument Promotion and Casting
Java API Packages
Shifted and scaled random integers
Roll a six-sided die 6,000,000 times
Craps class simulates the dice game craps
Scope class demonstrates field and local-variable scopes
Overloaded method declarations

Lesson 7:Arrays
Introduction
Initializing the elements of an array to default values of zero
Initializing the elements of an array with an array initializer
Calculating the values to be placed into the elements of an array
Computing the sum of the elements of an array
Bar chart printing program
Die-rolling program using arrays instead of switch
Poll analysis program
Card shuffling and dealing
Using the enhanced for statement to total integers in an array
Passing arrays and individual array elements to methods
GradeBook class using an array to store test grades
Initializing two-dimensional arrays
GradeBook class using a two-dimensional array to store grades
Using variable-length argument lists
Initializing an array using command-line arguments
Arrays class methods and System.arraycopy
Generic ArrayList collection demonstration

LiveLessons Video Training series publishes hundreds of hands-on, expert-led video tutorials covering a wide selection of technology topics designed to teach you the skills you need to succeed. This professional and personal technology video series features world-leading author instructors published by your trusted technology brands: Addison-Wesley, Cisco Press, IBM Press, Pearson IT Certification, Prentice Hall, Sams, and Que. Topics include: IT Certification, Programming, Web Development, Mobile Development, Home & Office Technologies, Business & Management, and more. View All LiveLessons on InformIT: http://www.informit.com/imprint/series_detail.aspx?ser=2185116

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