Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Loading XML data from the web, part of Learning Java Applications (2012).
In this chapter we're going to look at how to use XML data from a URL to run a…desktop application.…The XML data we're going to use is the same data that we created in the previous chapter,…so for this you're going to need two projects in your Projects Explorer.…First, the final version of the app created in the last chapter and here…you'll see data.jsp.…Note that the project name is jsp_final.…And if you test this with the built-in Eclipse web browser, you'll see a URL in…the Web Browser area.…
You can copy that URL now because we're going to use it in just a second.…So I'm going to close those two files. And the main files we're going to be…working with for this are in the loading _xml project, and I put them inside the…com.toddperkins.uar package.…So I'm going to double-click the tab for AppMain.java to expand the area.…AppMain is the main class.…Here I create a new instance of the View class and run some methods.…Explain the DefaultCloseOperation, which is a method of JFrame.…
We'll look at that in just a minute.…
- Working with Eclipse
- Using MySQL database drivers
- Displaying data from a database as XML
- Loading XML data from the web
- Displaying data based on user input
- Publishing a desktop application
- Understanding applets
- Building the layout
- Viewing the app on an Android device
Skill Level Beginner
3ds Max 2015 Essential Trainingwith Aaron F. Ross10h 43m Beginner
1. Exploring Development Environments
2. Building Dynamic Web Applications
3. Creating a Desktop App
Publishing a desktop app3m 29s
4. Making Applets
5. Writing Android Applications
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