Tekla Inc has experience writing Java applets and applications. Tekla Inc. will work with you to develop Java applets for your web pages on the Internet or your company’s intranet. In addition Java based server and controller applications can be written for you. Development services for personal computer, controller, smart card and embedded software using Java are also provided by Tekla Inc.
Java Development Environments
- Borland JBuilder
- Oracle JDeveloper
- Symantec Visual Cafe
- IBM Visual Age for Java
- Sun JDK 1.0, 1.1.8, 1.2.2, 1.3
Tekla Inc. has development experience with a Java application in a Video-On-Demand delivery system for DIVA Systems Corporation.
This delivery system development involved:
- writing graphical user interfaces for system users and operators.
- developing network control and remote communication features (based on UDP, TCP/IP, and SNMP protocols)
- making the application reliable, robust and fast
- migrating Java JDK 1.0 code to JDK 1.1, replacing deprecated code
- new AWT Event model, Inner classes, new 1.1 API classes
- converting JDK 1.0 native method code to JDK 1.1 JNI (Java Naitve Interface)
- migrating Java JDK 1.1 code to JDK 1.2 (Java 2), replacing deprecated code
- JFC (Java Foundation Code) user interface conversion
- 1.2 API classes
For current clients on-going contract work performed includes JFC, CORBA, SNMP, XML and JDBC programming using JDK 1.2.2 and 1.3.
Tekla Inc. developed a flower bouquet design Java applet for the commercial retail web site Silkflowers.com. The Java applet allows the Internet customer to arrange and alter flower images into a bouquet from a shopping basket of selected flowers. A Microsoft Commerce Server program generates Active Server Pages that invoke the Java applet and access flower images in a database. The web customer can play with the simulated merchandise before purchasing.
For your company or retail web site, Tekla Inc. can develop simulated merchandise using Java applets. This feature will attract customers and give a buyer one more reason to purchase from you.
Java Applet Demonstration Programs
Java References and Links
Here is a short list of Java reference materials, sources and tools used at Tekla Inc. in the development and testing of Java applications and applets. This list may be helpful to those who want to learn more about Java.
|Java in a Nutshell by David Flanagan||This essential guide in its third edition covers Java 1.3. It is used daily when writing code, especially to look up package, class, and method descriptions. Indispensible.|
|JavaSoft web site||To get the latest Sun Microsystems documentation and Java Development Kits visit the JavaSoft site. Here is where the latest documentation can be found that is not yet available in bookstores. Be sure to join the Java Developer Connection.|
|Java Network Programming by Hughes,Shoffner & Winslow||Excellent book on Java for network programming in 2nd edition.|
|Java Design -Building Better Apps & Applets, 2nd edition, by Peter Coad & Mark Mayfield||Better approaches to Java program design. Excellent.|
|Thinking in Java by Bruce Eckel||Available on the Internet, this excellent book is helpful for learning Java. It also explains Java subtleties that are easily overlooked. The author recommends Java language features to use and others to avoid when there is more than one way to write code.|
|Cafe Au Lait Java||Elliotte Rusty Harold’s Java news site|
|Java Report||An excellent monthly publication about Java. Highly recommended.|
|Java World||On-line Java publication. Excellent Java information source.|
|Jars.Com||Java rating service|
|IBM Java Alphaworks||IBM Java innovation showcase|