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1 Introduction
1.1 Component granularity
1.2 Portability
1.3 A uniform, high-quality API
1.4 Simplicity
2 Fundamentals
2.1 What is a Bean?
2.2 Properties, events, and methods
2.3 Design time v. run-time
2.4 Security Issues
2.5 Local activation
2.6 Java Beans as links to remote state
2.7 Invisible beans
2.8 Multi-Threading
2.9 Internationalization
2.10 Alternate type views of a bean
3 Scenarios
3.1 Using an application builder to construct an Applet
3.2 Using beans in a hand-written Applet
4 Windowing Environment Issues
4.1 Uniform Data Transfer mechanism
4.2 Clipboard/Selection services
5 Persistent Storage
5.1 Goals
5.2 A composite solution
5.3 What should be saved
5.4 Persistence though generated initialization code
6.3 Event State Objects
6.4 EventListener Interfaces
6.5 Event Listener Registration
6.6 Event Delivery Semantics
Class TooManyListenersException
7 Properties
7.1 Accessor methods
7.2 Indexed properties
7.3 Exceptions on accessor methods
7.4 Bound and constrained properties
Class VetoableChangeSupport
8 Introspection
8.1 Overview
8.2 Overview of Design Patterns
8.3 Design Patterns for Properties
8.4 Design Patterns for Events
8.5 Design Patterns for Methods
8.6 Explicit Specification using a BeanInfo class
8.7 Analyzing a Bean
8.8 Capitalization of inferred names
8.9 Security
Class IndexedPropertyDescriptor
9 Customization
9.1 Storing customized components
9.2 Property editors
9.3 Customizers
10 Miscellaneous
10.1 java.beans.Beans
10.2 java.beans.Visibility
10.3 Instantiating a bean
10.4 Obtaining different type views of a Java Bean
11 Packaging
11.1 Goals and Non Goals
11.2 Overview of JAR files
11.3 Content
11.4 Names of Beans
11.5 Format of Manifest File
11.6 Manifest headers used with JavaBeans
11.7 Accessing Resource Files
11.8 Persistence representation
11.9 Help Documentation
Appendix A: Transitional Beans under JDK 1.0.2
Appendix B: Future directions
Appendix C: Change History
JavaBeans Index of Classes and Interfaces
Index of Classes and Interfaces
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