Welcome to the Gamelan Redesign

Published on: May 14, 2023
Last Updated: May 14, 2023

Welcome to the Gamelan Redesign

Published on: May 14, 2023
Last Updated: May 14, 2023

Gamelan and EarthWeb are proud to present the Gamelan Redesign, featuring improved navigation and a new look.

EarthWeb is dedicated to delivering the highest quality information for IT professionals, and the changes will enable us to increase the breadth and depth of our offerings.

We hope you enjoy the site, and we look forward to your comments.
For information about the changes, read our redesign FAQs.

First Impressions of C#: Java Killer or Java Wannabe

Published 8/11/00
By David Reilly

As part of recent announcements about the Microsoft .NET platform, came the debut of C#, a new language derived from C++.

Though Microsoft is careful not to mention Java in relation to C#, the gauntlet has been laid down for competition.

Minimal XML and Java

Published 8/10/00
By Benoit Marchal

If Java is the programming language of the Internet, XML is the data format. It is a simple markup language, but unlike HTML, it is extensible — meaning you can use any data model. Here, we look at a handy, small-scale version of XML.

Swing from A to Z Properties, Events, and Methods

Published 8/6/00
By Richard C. Baldwin

Swing components are JavaBean Components. Many are inherited from the class named JComponent and its superclasses.

Learning about the inherited properties, events, and methods, makes it possible to learn a great deal about most Swing components without having to consider them individually.

Pattern Summaries 6: Adapter and Decorator

Published 7/31/00
By Mark Grand

Find out more about the adapter and decorator pattern summaries in Java.This is part of an ongoing series of articles in which I will summarize patterns from my “Patterns in Java” series of books.

Creating Palm Pilot Software Using J2ME

Published 7/26/00
By David Fox

When you’re done with this handy tutorial, you’ll be able to write Java “Spotlets” on the Palm Pilot.

If you have any experience creating Java applications or applets, then programming for the KVM won’t seem like such a stretch. The steps are basically the same.

Xalan: Extending XSLT with Java

Published 8/1/00
By Benoit Marchal

If you’ve developed with XML, you’ve probably worked with XSLT. Here’s how to extend its functionality.

If you have developed with XML, you probably have learned XSLT (Extensible Stylesheet Language Transformations), the transformation language underlying so many XML solutions.

Java 2 Micro Edition and the Kilobyte Virtual Machine

Published 7/25/00
By David Fox

With J2ME and the KVM, coders who are targeting portable devices such as the Palm Pilot have a lot of tools to use, as well as a lot of questions.Man, are handheld devices stupid.

Who needs them? They?re slow, have less memory than an amnesiac, run out of juice too quickly, and pack negligible power.

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Bobby Lawson is a seasoned technology writer with over a decade of experience in the industry. He has written extensively on topics such as cybersecurity, cloud computing, and data analytics. His articles have been featured in several prominent publications, and he is known for his ability to distill complex technical concepts into easily digestible content.