By Monica Pawlan
This series of lessons builds on the material presented in Java Programming Language Basics, Part 1, which introduced applications, applets, and servlets; simple file and database access operations; and remote method invocation (RMI).
The lessons and code examples for Part 2 are somewhat more complex. They walk you through network communications, building a user interface using more components, data encryption and decryption (pseudo code only), grouping multiple data elements into one object (collections), and internationalizing a program. Part 2 concludes with some object-oriented programming concepts.
Note: This tutorial is available as a book from online book sellers.
Lesson 1: Socket Communications
Lesson 2: User Interfaces Revisited
Lesson 3: Cryptography
Lesson 4: Serialization
Lesson 5: Collections
Lesson 6: Internationalization
Lesson 7: Packages and Java Archive File Format
Lesson 8: Object-Oriented Programming