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Core Java™ Volume II–Advanced Features, Eighth Edition by Gary Cornell, Cay S. Horstmann

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Chapter 8. JavaBeans Components

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WHY BEANS?

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THE BEAN-WRITING PROCESS

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USING BEANS TO BUILD AN APPLICATION

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NAMING PATTERNS FOR BEAN PROPERTIES AND EVENTS

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BEAN PROPERTY TYPES

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BEANINFO CLASSES

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PROPERTY EDITORS

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CUSTOMIZERS

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JAVABEANS PERSISTENCE

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The official definition of a bean, as given in the JavaBeans specification, is: “A bean is a reusable software component based on Sun’s JavaBeans specification that can be manipulated visually in a builder tool.”

Once you implement a bean, others can use it in a builder environment ...

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