Name: [122] Steven Devijver
Member: 93 months
Authored: 10 videos
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Java2Script Desktop and Web GUIs [ID:035]

a series of video-tutorials by Steven Devijver

Steven Devijver introduces the fantastic Java2Script tool which lets you write a GUI in Java and then converts the code into JavaScript so it runs in a web browser.

Video Tutorials

1. Introducing Java2Script

In this first ShowMeDo on Java2Script Steven demonstrates what you can expect to achieve with this novel tool using the demo on their homepage. Java2Script converts Java code to JavaScript automatically. As a plug-in for Eclipse, with Java2Script you can write an application in Java, make sure it works correctly and then with one click have it converted to JavaScript and have in working in [...]

2. Using Eclipse and Java2Script

In the second ShowMeDo Steven shows you how to install the Java2Script plug-in in Eclipse and how to write a very simple Java application and have it converted to JavaScript. Uploaded on 4th December 2006, running time 7 minutes.

3. Building a JavaScript GUI from SWT Code

As this ShowMeDo series on Java2Script (j2s) continues Steven demonstrates how to create a GUI in Java using SWT. Then he shows you how this exact same GUI is converted to JavaScript and can be loaded in your browser. Uploaded on 4th December 2006, running time 30 minutes.

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