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REVEL for Deitel Java


For Computer Science courses in Java Programming
REVEL for Deitel Java access code card: 0-13-439383-X
REVEL for Deitel Java online purchase: 0-13-428990-0 (for students buying direct access online through

REVEL™ for Deitel Java How to Program, 10/e delivers a digital immersive learning experience that seamlessly integrates author content and pedagogy with dynamic and interactive coding activities and assignable/gradable homework.

Designed for the way today’s students read, think, and learn, REVEL is Pearson’s newest, fully digital and highly engaging way of delivering content. Enlivening course content with video and assessments, REVEL empowers educators to increase engagement with the course, and to better connect with students.


In the extensive VideoNotes, co-author Paul Deitel—an Oracle Java Champion and one of the world’s most experienced Java trainers—brings Java concepts to life for your students with detailed video tutorials. These are integrated within the narrative and enable students to engage with concepts and take an active role in learning. Paul presents detailed code discussions using his 21 years of Java programming and teaching experience. He demonstrates each example, points out key features, steps through various examples in the debugger, discusses differences with other programming languages, points out common errors and good practices, demonstrates Java IDE features, shows how to use the online Java documentation and more.

Programming Exercises: The Power of Practice
With assignable Programming exercises in REVEL for Deitel Java How to Program, 10/e, students will experience the power of practice as they work through their coding assignments and receive immediate personalized feedback.

A Fully Mobile Learning Experience
REVEL enables students to read and interact with course material on the devices they use, anywhere and anytime. Responsive design ensures students can access Revel on their tablet devices, with content displayed clearly in both portrait and landscape view.

Superior Assignability and Tracking
REVEL’s assignability and tracking tools help educators monitor whether students are completing their reading and coding exercises and understanding core concepts.

Assignment Calendar
REVEL allows educators to indicate precisely which readings or exercises must be completed on which dates. This clear, detailed schedule helps students stay on task by eliminating any ambiguity as to which material will be covered during each class.

Performance Dashboard
REVEL for Deitel Java How to Program, 10/e, lets educators monitor class assignment completion as well as individual student achievement. It offers actionable information that helps educators interact with their students in meaningful ways, such as points earned on quizzes and tests, and time on task. Of particular note, the trending column reveals whether students’ grades are improving or declining—which helps educators identify students who might need help to stay on track.

Evaluating and Adopting REVEL for Deitel Java

Where Can I See a Demo of REVEL for Deitel Java? 
Your Pearson rep can give you access to REVEL and the REVEL for Deitel Java demo course. You’ll find the rep locator on the edge of this page.

How Do I Adopt REVEL?
Once you're in REVEL you create a course for Deitel Java. When your course is ready you share the course URL with your students. Once your students have this link, they can enroll in the course.

How Do Students Gain Access?
Students need the course link to get to their REVEL course. Once they have the link students can buy online access with a credit card or PayPal account. Alternatively they can buy an access card (ISBN 0-13-439383-X) in their bookstore and redeem it online via the course link.

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Table of Contents

  • Welcome: Note to Students
  • Welcome: Note to Instructors
  • Welcome: Meet the Authors
  • Welcome: Copyright
  • Before You Begin (Includes Deitel Dive-Into Videos for NetBeans, Eclipse and IntelliJ IDEA)
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Computers, the Internet and Java
  • Chapter 2 Introduction to Java Applications; Input/Output and Operators
  • Chapter 3 Introduction to Classes, Objects, Methods and Strings
  • Chapter 4 Control Statements: Part 1; Assignment, ++ and — Operators
  • Chapter 5 Control Statements: Part 2; Logical Operators
  • Chapter 6 Methods: A Deeper Look
  • Chapter 7 Arrays and ArrayLists
  • Chapter 8 Classes and Objects: A Deeper Look
  • Chapter 9 Object-Oriented Programming: Inheritance
  • Chapter 10 Object-Oriented Programming: Polymorphism and Interfaces
  • Chapter 11 Exception Handling: A Deeper Look
  • Chapter 12 GUI Components: Part 1
  • Chapter 13 Graphics and Java 2D
  • Chapter 14 Strings, Characters and Regular Expressions
  • Chapter 15 Files, Streams and Object Serialization
  • Chapter 16 Generic Collections
  • Chapter 17 Java SE 8 Lambdas and Streams
  • Chapter 18 Recursion
  • Chapter 19 Searching, Sorting and Big O
  • Chapter 20 Generic Classes and Methods
  • Chapter 21 Custom Generic Data Structures
  • Chapter 23 Concurrency
  • Appendix A Operator Precedence Chart
  • Appendix B ASCII Character Set
  • Appendix C Keywords and Reserved Words
  • Appendix D Primitive Types
  • Appendix E Using the Debugger

Online Chapters and Appendices in PDF Format

  • Chapter 22 GUI Components: Part 2
  • Chapter 24 Accessing Databases with JDBC
  • Chapter 25 JavaFX GUI: Part 1
  • Chapter 26 JavaFX GUI: Part 2
  • Chapter 27 JavaFX Graphics and Multimedia
  • Chapter 28 Networking
  • Chapter 29 Java Persistence Architecture (JPA)
  • Chapter 30 JavaServer™ Faces Web Apps: Part 1
  • Chapter 31 JavaServer™ Faces Web Apps: Part 2
  • Chapter 32 REST-Based Web Services
  • Chapter 33 ATM Case Study, Part 1: Object-Oriented Design with the UML
  • Chapter 34 ATM Case Study, Part 2: Implementing an Object-Oriented Design
  • Appendix F Using the Java API Documentation
  • Appendix G Creating Documentation with javadoc
  • Appendix H Unicode
  • Appendix I Formatted Output
  • Appendix J Number Systems
  • Appendix K  Bit Manipulation
  • Appendix L Labeled break and continue Statements
  • Appendix M UML 2: Additional Diagram Types
  • Appendix N Design Patterns

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Update :: January 20, 2020