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A simple HelloWorld introduction!
This is an introduction to Java EE Enterprise Java Bean (EJB 3) technology. It’s just an hello world example and this is part1. This series of posts will cover: How to create a simple ejb, How to write an standalone client application for that bean, How to deploy it on a real server etc. And there will be a screencast of every tutorial. darq.weboder.com
This is second part of the tutorial. We will write a standalone application client which connects to the EJB we have written in part1. darq.weboder.com
This the 4 and last part of the Java EE tutorial. In this tutorial we are gonna deploy the hello world example from part1 and part2 to a remote Glassfish server.
The original, high-quality video is available at www.mastergaurav.com Creating your first web service – Hello World – in C#/ASP.Net using Visual Studio 2005 (with audio)
This tutorial will help you create your first application in Visual Basic 2008. I apologize for the vague explanations and stuttering, I recorded this video after college and I’m not too alert at the moment. The concept isn’t hard to grasp though so you should understand it.
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Introduction and Relevant Definitions
Java, in the context of software, means numerous computer software products and specifications. Taken together these provide a system for developing application software and deploying it in a cross platform environment. Java is provided by Sun Microsystems. Computer Software, or simply software, refers to digital data which can be stored, processed and displayed by a computer. JavaEE application development is software designed to help the user perform a particular task.
Java finds application on a wise range of computing platforms. These range from super Ã¢Â€Â“ computers and enterprise servers on the high end to mobile cell phones and embedded devices on the low end. Java applets are used in desktop computers to obtain secure World Wide Web services. However it is not commonly used on desktops. Java is most widely used in web servers, mobiles and enterprise applications.
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