AppComposer allows you to create almost any kind of Java program.
AppComposer's programming model has significant differences from others
you may have encountered before. These tutorials explore AppComposer's
capabilities and programming model through simple applications that you build
Each tutorial should take about an hour or less to complete.
- Introductory Tutorial - This tutorial
is designed to familiarize you with AppComposer's interface, terminology,
and programming paradigm. It takes you through setting up AppComposer,
and building and testing a simple Hello, World program.
- Using SQL Actors - This exercise
illustrates one of AppComposer's included SQL (Structured Query Language)
actors, that you can use or modify to pull information from a database and
display it dynamically over the web or through any application you build.
- Using Enterprise JavaBeans - This
tutorial demonstrates how to import an EJB and deploy it into a container,
and then use the EJB in a simple application.
- Creating Session EJBs
- This tutorial first shows you the elements that make up a very simple session
bean, and then implements a longer example of a ststeful session bean, building
on the bank example capsules.
- Mutual Fund Tutorial
- a collection of short tutorials showing how to build various types of projects
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