Course ID 16SA82
Programme
  • Applied Informatics
ESPB 7
Number of classes 3+3
Semester 6
Status Core
Mastering the advanced concepts of the programming language studied in Object-Oriented Design, the techniques and tools that the programming language possesses, solving problems of medium and higher complexity, related to creating a graphical user interface, supporting applications with client/server architecture, setting interactive programs on the Web. Learning development environments for programming in the selected programming language.
Students will learn how to develop, maintain, and manage business applications. They will also understand their functionality, the importance of developing business processes, and understanding the principles of their integration.
Theoretical training
• Concepts, functionality and effectiveness of business applications;
• Business applications and the Internet;
• Application life cycle;
• Application Development Methods.
Practical training
• Create a simple user interface;
• User interface components;
• Adding to the container and arranging the components of the user interface;
• Basic and advanced interface setting;
• Reaction to user actions;
• Types of events;
• Manage clicks and mouse movements;
• Manage keyboard events and component events;
• Creating an advanced user interface;
• Windows, frames, dialogue boxes and menus;
• Window and menu events;
• Create a separate graphical user interface application.
Lemay L., Cadenhead R., (2007) Naučite Javu 6 za 21 dan, Kompjuterska biblioteka, 5 izdanje, prevod Sams Publishing

Kraus L., (2005) Rešeni zadaci iz programskog jezika Java, Beograd, Akademska misao

Eckel B., (2006) Thinking in Java, 4 izdanje, Prentice Hall
• lectures • work in a computer lab.
Assessment (maximum number of points 100)
Exam Requirements Points: 65 Final exam Points 35
Attendance 5 Written exam 15
Ongoing assessment 40 Oral exam 20
Class participation 10  
Case study 10    

 

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