|Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle JDeveloper
11g Release 2 (184.108.40.206.0)
Part Number E17455-04
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This part describes how to develop Java applications with Oracle JDeveloper. JDeveloper enables you to build and assemble Java applets and client applications using JavaBeans, and interactive, desktop-based GUI applications using Swing and AWT components. You can also create and run Java client applications with Java Web Start within the JDeveloper IDE.
This chapter describes the tools and features that JDeveloper provides to help you develop Java applications. These include the Java Source Editor, toolbar icons, and Code Insight.
This chapter describes how to build Java applications. It explains how to define classes on a diagram. Class members, inheritance, and composition relationships are all derived directly from the Java source code for those classes
This chapter describes how to run and debug Java programs. JDeveloper offers several techniques to monitor and control the way Java programs run. When running Java programs, JDeveloper keeps track of processes that are run and debugged, or profiled.
This chapter describes how to develop Java Swing interfaces. It explains the fundamental tasks you perform as you work with components and the JDeveloper UI design tools to create a user interface.