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This tutorial teaches you how to implement an object oriented adventure gaming system. Though the interest today in text adventure games are lost, this tutorial rekindles interest and enables you to relive the monochrome days, when text adventure games were popular.
This article explains about an effective and safest method of extending a software system using Glass box extensibility. The article describes when to use glass box and provides few tips on how to implement it.
This tutorial discusses in details JSci as an alternative to Java 2D graphing. JSci is an open-source package, which allows you to create 2D bar graphs, pie charts, and line graphs in Swing.
This article teaches you to use a combination of Java threads and Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI) to create your own Java-based supercomputer. This article requires that you have a working knowledge of Java threads and RMI.
From this article you will get introduced to neural networks, which is considered as the future of computing. Neural nets can be understand well when put to solve a puzzle. This explains the basic features and approaches to constructing neural nets.
Web-Based Enterprise Management (WBEM) can standardize the description and use of managed resources in enterprise networks. This article describes the components that comprise WBEM, which can be practiced using the technology with an example.
This article describes requirements gathering through use case modeling and also ventures into the gray area between modeling and method. It basically describes the relationship between user interfaces, system interfaces, and use case descriptions.
This article discusses the progress in Java 2 user interface. It explains in detail the capabilities of the current version 1.3, and also describes what the release 1.4 has to offer. The graphical and user interface have developed manifold in terms of its capabilities.
This article discusses the employability of the Liar View bug pattern to detect bugs that go undetected in the automated tests. While using the model-view-controller in designing GUIs, the view is separated from the model, which causes great problems in automated testing for bugs.
This is an article that explains how the Sun Microsystems's Jiro technology and the Distributed Management Task Force's WBEM provides the potential to improve the creation of the management applications. Also it explains the Federated Management Architecture.