Building a Java Web Start Application
Aug08

Building a Java Web Start Application

While checking out some tutorials of Java on the Oracle website, I discovered that they were using Java Web Start Launcher Applications as demo for the viewers. Basically the applications are JNLP Files  ( Java Network Launch Protocol ). For the applications to work, you do need to have Java installed on your system. The main advantage in using Java Web Start technology is you can deploy independent software on any system over the...

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Windows Forms Application Login Demo with MySQL Connection in C# .NET
Jul30

Windows Forms Application Login Demo with MySQL Connection in C# .NET

After testing out Java for a couple of weeks, this weekend I decided to try out .NET. I am a big fan of web applications but recently I’ve taken an interest towards Java and Windows Forms Applications. So, the first thing that came to my attention was the Windows Application Forms in C#. So, basically I’ve used Visual Studio 2012 and for database I’ve used EasyPHP Dev Server because MySQL is my most favorite...

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Adding and Removing Components Dynamically from JPanel with MySQL Database
Jul23

Adding and Removing Components Dynamically from JPanel with MySQL Database

During one of my PHP projects last year, I had to add and remove some components dynamically. Since it was on PHP, I had used jQuery for that purpose. I’m currently working on bringing that project over to Java. The first thing that I looked up on Google was creating dynamic variable names because I need it specifically for that purpose. The answer is a big NO. So, here’s a simple way of adding and removing components...

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Connecting Java Application to MySQL Database in NetBeans
Jul17

Connecting Java Application to MySQL Database in NetBeans

Since I have started blogging, I have gotten well versed with web development languages like PHP & MySQL along with HTML, CSS and Javascript. So, for the last couple of weeks I have been trying out Java, specifically Java Applications which are standalone programs that can run on any computer provided you have JDK installed. The quickest way to learn a new programming language is to do projects on them. A while back, I did a PHP...

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