Java programming video tutorials for beginners and experts
If you are a beginner in java programming here you will learn from scratch. But if you are an advanced or expert java developer you may also be interested in Java subjects such as Architecture, using UML in Eclipse or how to debug a Java program remotely.
In these tutorials we use Eclipse as the development environment because it is the most used IDE professionally (if one day you are looking for work, better know Eclipse) and it is free. Eclipse IDE is also the default for many of Java programming technologies such as Android, Google's GWT and more. Most of the tutorials have also a video tutorial which makes learning fun and easy.
Java programming for beginners
This is a series of video tutorials which are designed for beginners. In these tutorials everything you need to learn Java is explained slowly: from the installation of the necessary software to Java basics concepts.
Java Swing - Programming with windows.
Java has a library included called Swing, which you can use to create windows to produce a user-friendly interface. This course shows how to handle this library and some more advanced Java concepts.
J2EE - Servlest and jsp - Java web programming
These technologies allow us to create web applications. The first big success of Java was on the Internet, but not with Java applets but with server side programming. "J2EE developers" is likely the largest offer of employment for Java. Most large companies use these technologies.
Architecture in Java applications - Spring framework
In Java Enterprise Edition or J2EE, the word Architecture is the design of a framework for the development of a java application. This framework allows to solve problems that tend to recur in the projects.
This tutorial explains the problem of dependencies between objects and possible solutions. It explains, in detail, how to use Spring Framework to solve it.