- Installing IDEs and Javonet
- Why should Java and .NET integrate?
- Challenges and benefits of native integration
- When to consider using native integration
- Using .NET C# instance methods from Java
- Using .NET enums in your Java project
- Subscribing .NET events from Java
- Fields and properties
- Debugging .NET code called from Java
- Reviewing real-world scenarios
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Reynald] Hi, I'm Reynald Adolphe and welcome to Native Integration with Java and .NET, and in this course we're going to cover how you can access and use .NET assemblies directly and natively from a Java platform using a framework called Javonet which is specifically designed for native integration. We'll be doing this by demonstrating using instance and static methods, working with fields and properties, passing complex reference types and collections, using enums.
We'll also get into some advanced topics like subscribing to .NET events from Java, disposing objects, embedding .NET UI controls in a Java interface, real world scenarios and much more. All right, so without an further delay let's go ahead and jump right into this.
1. Environment Setup
2. Java Meets .NET
When to go native1m 59s
3. Java and .NET Integration: Basic
4. Java and .NET Integration: Advanced
5. Real-World Scenarios
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