Monthly Archives: June 2011

Hello World in C++ Using WxDev-C++

If you’re looking for an object-oriented way to write native executables, C++ is still the king. It’s also the queen, the queen mum, and the princes and princesses. Plus, all the farmers, bricklayers, weavers, merchants, bakers, and pub operators. In … Continue reading

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Web Services in Java

What are you, a shut-in? Web services are how the world works now! Evolve already, you trogs! 1. If you have not already done so, download and install the Java SDK. Details are given in a previous tutorial. Make a … Continue reading

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Playing an MP3 from Java Using JLayer

JLayer is a Java library that allows MP3 files to be played from Java programs. The “traditional” way to play MP3 files from Java is the Java Media Framework, which is a huge, ponderous wad of programation that typically takes … Continue reading

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Accessing a MySQL Database from Java

MySQL is an open-source database management system that gives closed-source database products a run for their money. The closed-source products still win, of course, but at least they aren’t allowed to suck as much as they would if a free … Continue reading

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