||The course builds on knowledge of Java obtained through an earlier course (CNET302) that provided an introduction to deployment of Java applets on web pages, and to Java applications. It takes students further into Java, working as an introduction to building Java applications that provide dynamic contents on web pages. As a prelude to dynamic web programming, the course takes students through the more enhanced features of Java, specially complex graphics and GUI-based event-driven applications in a multithreading environment, as well as Internet networking client-server applications, and database-driven applications. Topics include appreciation of dynamic web contents, complex graphics and GUI development, event handling, multithreading, and Internet networking, along with introduction to XML, JSP, Servlets, and DHTML. Most of the programming will take place in a Windows environment using standard editors for writing code and the Java Development Kit (JDK) for compiling and running programs.