CIS 280 Object-Oriented Programming

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Nov 10, 2012 (4 years and 7 months ago)

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CIS 280 Object
-
Oriented
Programming

Professor Zavodnik

Welcome!

Course Objectives


Apply what you learned in OOAD to OOP.
This means everything from use
-
cases to
Java code from UML


Learn the basics of OOP

Some OOP Basics


Separate GUI from business logic


Prepare for Change/Exension


Program to an Interface


Use Design Patterns in your program.


Learn distributed architecture (RMI)


Advanced Java Features


Double Dispatch


Wrapping classes


MVC setup


Packaging and compilation

Main Objective


Write an OOP application of medium
complexity (20 + classes) of your choice


Practice on a tiered application with Java
code “answers.”

Prerequisite


Ability to program in Java


Some knowledge of SW Engineering, e.g.
requirements analysis and use
-
cases.

Grading Policy


2 quizes



15%


Class participation


6%


Practice project

13%


Project



25%


Homework



6%


Final



35%

Essentials


See 274 Discussion

Office Hours


See 274 Discussion

Textbook


Budd, Tim. Introduction to OOP using Java


Lecture Notes by Barry Levine


Both required by CIS department

Recommended


Horstmann, Kai. Advanced Core Java
Programming, V II (for RMI)


Deitel & Deitel. Advanced Java with J2EE


Larman, Craig. Object Oriented Analysis
with UML


Gamma, et al. Design Patterns

Note on API


NetBeans and Eclipse are available.


You are responsible also for what goes on
behind the scenes, e.g. compilation options,
class libraries, jar files, etc.


Batch files are often useful






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