Whether you are writing Java programs for a small business with a GUI front-end; a large scale enterprise application; and with the growth of mobile devices, micro-controllers and other devices that are part of the IOT, we can’t forget Java ME. There are very subtle differences between the three Java platforms. It is always a good start to download and install Java Platform SE first, which can be used for most programming needs and it is required for Java EE.
- [Voiceover] Whether you are writing Java programs…for a small business…with a graphical user interface front end,…a large scale enterprise application,…and we can't forget the growth of mobile devices,…microcontrollers, and other devices…that are part of the IOT,…there is a right Java tool for you.…As you can see, there are subtle differences…between the three Java platforms.…It is always a good start to download…and install Java Platform SE first, the Standard Edition.…This platform can be used for most programming needs…and it is required for Java EE.…
Okay, if you're interested in learning more about Java,…check out our new learning path…entitled Become a Java Programmer.…The link is available here.…If you're more interested in learning…about the graphical user interface,…especially the latest version…of the graphical user interface for Java called JavaFX,…check out my video series, JavaFX GUI Development.…Although this course is not designed…to teach programming in Java Platform EE,…here is a link to some recommended courses…
- What are Java SE, EE, and ME?
- Comparing the differences
- Downloading the editions
- Working with recommended IDEs