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Thread: Where to learn java
12-18-2009, 10:33 AM #1
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Where to learn java
hi there i have been progamming for an fair time now but have all ways want to learn java as i like to make software that is cross platform.
but i cant seem to find any useful information on the internet to learn java
i would like to learn java with netbeans using swing to draw and gui
but having dyslexia i would learn better with an video source anyone now if any that work really well in teaching you java with netbeans to make apps for computers and mobiles to then be able to now java to make your own software
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12-18-2009, 05:54 PM #2
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there are a number of tutorials on netbeans' website...you can always start from there
another good resource is Sun Java's tutorial, visit this page for more info.
On Sun's tutorial pages, there is a section for Netbean GUI programming
12-19-2009, 04:08 AM #3
In my opinion one of the best ways to learn Java is to be able to read and understand the api documentation and tutorials on specific api's.but having dyslexia i would learn better with an video source anyone now if any that work really well in teaching you java with netbeans to make apps for computers and mobiles to then be able to now java to make your own software
I know a few engineers with dyslexia. They have just learned to cope with it and parse through documentation.