Oracle's JDeveloper is designed as an easy-to-use visual development environment, and Oracle JDeveloper delivers an unassuming, thorough introduction to this key development product. The book introduces the JDeveloper environment and then leads you through the steps necessary to master using JDeveloper to build and deploy database applications.
The first five chapters explain the integrated development environment, object-oriented programming, and the use of the product's Layout Managers to build a user interface.
'Oracle's Cooperative Development Environment' provides a comprehensive examination of all the programming tools in Oracle's new Cooperative Development Environment (CDE).
This unique book explores the capabilities of the CDE and details the creation of powerful, GUI-based, client-server and centralized information systems. Experts and novices alike will acquire the skills necessary to quickly and easily complete the most complex information management projects.
Oracle How-To: The Definitive Problem-Solver for Oracle Developers and Database Administrators (How-to)
Oracle Developer is one of the most powerful database application tools available today, with excellent Internet and middle-tier capabilities. Oracle Developer Starter Kit provides a solid working introduction to using this tool effectively.
This book is written with the objective of providing the students or professionals with the knowledge of how to develop and manipulate a relational database through the medium of the Internet. It provides a hands-on approach toward applying the database application concepts for Web development. In an academic environment, the book can be adopted in any class or course that emphasizes relational database application concepts and/or Web application development. This textbook goes beyond mere refinements of database or Web application concepts.
Practical Application of Object-Oriented Techniques to Relational Databases (Object Management Group Series on Object
Until now, most books on object-oriented subjects were long on theory and short on application. Of course this, in large part, is due to the fact that object-oriented design is still a relatively new and emerging technology, and many of those involved with it are concerned with establishing the parameters for its use. Nevertheless, exciting new object-oriented applications and techniques are being developed every day, applications that would readily be adapted by professionals in their own systems, if only they knew how.