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This course is about graphical user interfaces and the event-driven model as applied to desktop, web and Mobile application. It takes a basic approach from what you already know. A prerequisite is programming in C++ and data structures. I will introduce any new languages and concepts we will use. This is a practical course. We will use examples in class and you should focus on finishing programming tasks to understand the material. I will introduce all concepts in class.
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We will primarily use 2 books in this course. “Event Processing in Action” and “Windows Presentation Foundation released”. The first of these is by Opher Etzion and Peter Niblett and belongs to the very several books on event processing. Event handling is often taught as a side concept, but we will focus on it in this course.
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The second book is by Adam Nathan. It is a Windows or WPF presentation base in a nutshell. We use it as our GUI example with C#. We will introduce C# concepts and WPF concepts. They are not a prerequisite for this course. Later in the course, we’ll touch on event-driven programming in the browser, especially enabled techniques called AJAX. Again, not a requirement.
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Events are happening all the time. Let’s understand synchronous and asynchronous behavior with this example. So if the order is complete, the coffee is ready, and the pastry is warmed before the next order, which is synchronous behavior. There are observed events and inferred events.