This is a sample of related studies used in a case study entitled “Comparison and Contrast of Object Oriented Programming between Visual Basic 6 and Java Netbeans”. This will be your overview on how to construct related studies in chapter II. You can use this guide on thesis, case study, research papers and term papers. This will be your overview on this part of chapter two. You must know how to construct related studies for your chapter II because you will state here some previous published article that are connected to your topic.
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SAMPLE OF RELATED STUDIES: “COMPARISON AND CONTRAST OF OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING BETWEEN VISUAL BASIC 6.0 AND JAVA NETBEANS.”
The proponents primarily choose the topic because of the abundant resources around us, and resources are one of the most important factors to consider before conducting a research or study. The proponents were able to found out that there are a lot of studies before that is related to the one presented now.
In the unpublished thesis of Henry Lieberman “End of user Development” (2006) it is mentioned that.
“The natural programming project is studying ways to make learning to program significantly easier, so that more people will be able to create useful, interesting and sophisticated programs. The goals of this project are to define and use a new programming language design process; where we study how non-programmers reason about programming concepts, create new programming languages and environments that take advantage of these findings, and evaluate them.”
In the unpublished thesis of Kemeny and Kurtz (1999) mentioned that. “VB6 was once the most popular programming environment in the entire history of the world! But even if it’s not as great as it was, it’s still a great place to start learning about programming if you have the software! (If you don’t, it’s hard to find. Microsoft is actually trying hard to stamp it out and they don’t sell it anymore.) One reason is that the original BASIC (“Beginner’s All purpose Symbolic Instruction Code”) was designed as a language to teach people how to program. A lot of very talented programmers have said that VB 6 is still the best development environment. “
Leo Gonzales in his research entitled “A Client/server Networking Application using JAVA: JWBCB” stated that.
“Java is an object-oriented programming language developed by Sun Microsystems. A useful feature of Java is that its programs can be executed on World Wide Web pages. Java programs enable Web pages t i become more interactive with users. The Java language consists of classes and methods that provide basic variable types, system input and output capabilities, and other functions. It also includes classes to support networking, Internet protocols, and graphical user interface functions. Java’s networking capabilities are contained in the java.net package. Stream sockets and datagram sockets are provided by Java. With stream sockets a process creates a connection to another process. When the connection is established, data flows between the processes in the stream. JWBCB (Java Whiteboard and Chat Board) is the network application, using the client/server model, developed for this thesis. Its implementation deepened the author’s understanding of basic Java networking capabilities and client/server networking concepts.”
Sergio Bulosan and Mark Garcia in their research entitled “DYNAMIC HTML IN INTERNET EXPLORER 4” stated that. “Welcome to the dawn of the point-and-click, drag-and-drop, interactive Web, Also to the new future technology – Dynamic HTML. What is Dynamic HT’ML? Dynamic HTML is a combination of technologies, including HTML (HyperText Markup Language), scripting, and object-oriented programming combined to create individual Web pages. It is not a new version of HTML, it is not a new scripting language, and it is not a new way of structuring documents. It is a new way of tying all of those pieces together to make pages that cross the traditional static Web page boundary. But in technology, one can just say Dynamic HTML, relieves a Web server’s load by shifting the processing demands for animation, data processing, and other interactive features to the client machine. Why Dynamic HTML? Dynamic HTML makes extensive use of new style sheet specifications to give a Web author more control over the exact placement and appearance of elements on the Web page. Therefore, Dynamic HTML, seems to be the future Hyper Text Markup language for Web page authors. It is necessary to research the implementation of Dynamic HTML within Web pages and to explain how the Active controls work in Dynamic HTML.”