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This volume is an introduction to Java's component architecture. It describes how to write Beans, which are software components that can be used in visual programming environments. This book discusses event adapters, serialization, introspection, property editors, and customizers, and shows how to use Beans within ActiveX controls.
|Publication date:||15th April 1997|
|Publisher:||O'Reilly Media, Inc, USA|
|Categories:||Web programming, Programming & scripting languages: general,|
Rob Englander is the President of MindStream Software, Inc., a firm specializing in custom software development for both commercial and institutional use. Prior to that he was a software architect at Reuters, where he built software in both C++ and Java for the international financial industry.More About Robert Englander