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Table Of Contents

Intended Audience
A Moment in Time
How the Book Is Organized
Conventions Used in This Book
How to Contact Us
Providing Feedback to the Author
Retrieving Examples Online
Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1 The Component Model
1.2 The JavaBeans Architecture
1.3 JavaBeans Overview
1.4 Using Design Patterns
1.5 JavaBeans vs. ActiveX
1.6 Getting Started
Chapter 2. Events
2.1 The Java Event Model
2.2 Events in the AWT Package
Chapter 3. Event Adapters
3.1 Demultiplexing
3.2 Generic Adapters
3.3 Event Adapters in the AWT Package
3.4 Event Filtering
3.5 Event Queuing
Chapter 4. Properties
4.1 Accessing Properties
4.2 Indexed Properties
4.3 Bound Properties
4.4 Constrained Properties
4.5 Handling Events for Specific Properties
4.6 A java.awt Example
Chapter 5. Persistence
5.1 Object Serialization
5.2 The java.io.Serializable Interface
5.3 Class-Specific Serialization
5.4 Walking the Class Hierarchy
5.6 Versioning
5.7 Object Validation
5.8 The java.io.Externalizable Interface
5.9 Instantiating Serialized Objects
Chapter 6. JAR Files
6.1 The jar Program
6.3 Using JAR Files with HTML
6.4 Using JAR Files on the CLASSPATH
6.5 Archive Signing
6.6 An Alternative to the jar Program
Chapter 7. The BeanBox Tool
7.1 Running BeanBox
7.2 Dropping Beans on BeanBox
7.3 Editing a Bean's Properties
7.4 Hooking Up Beans
7.5 Saving and Restoring the BeanBox Form
7.6 Adding Your Own Beans to BeanBox
Chapter 8. Putting It All Together
8.1 Defining the Temperature Control Simulator
8.2 Building the Simulator
8.3 A Sample Simulator Applet
8.4 Creating a JAR File
8.5 Recreating the Sample Using BeanBox
9.1 The BeanInfo Interface
9.2 Providing Additional BeanInfo Objects
9.3 Introspecting the Environment
9.4 The BeansBook.SimulatorBeanInfo Classes
Chapter 10. Property Editors and Customizers
10.1 Property Editors
Chapter 11. ActiveX
11.1 The JavaBeans ActiveX Bridge
11.3 Using Beans in Visual Basic
Appendix A. Design Patterns
A.3 Registering for Event Notification
A.4 Registering for Unicast Event Notification
A.5 Multiple Parameter Event Methods
A.6 Property Access Methods
A.7 Indexed Property Access Methods
A.8 Constrained Property Access Methods
A.9 Registering for Bound and Constrained Property Event Notifications
A.10 Naming a BeanInfo Class
Appendix B. The java.beans Package
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