Introduction to Programming with Java is designed to teach software application development using the Java programming language. This textbook includes an introduction to 2D graphics and animation. The material is organized into units that are flexible enough to support both objects-early and objects-late approaches.
Introduction to Programming with Java is an adaption of the CS Awesome book created by Dr. Beryl Hoffman, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Elms College, MA. CS Awesome is a free AP CS A curriculum that was created in 2019 by adapting the AP CS A Java Review e-book written by Dr. Barbara Ericson, Assistant Professor of Information at University of Michigan. Introduction to Programming with Java was subsequently developed by Dr. Linda Seiter and Dr. Dan Palmer, Professors of Computer Science at John Carroll University, to evolve the curriculum to be suitable for a college-level course.
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