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  2. 2. VISION UTMFormar académicos, científicos y profesionales responsables, humanistas,éticos y solidarios, comprometidos con los objetivos del desarrollonacional, que contribuyan a la solución de los problemas del país comouniversidad de docencia con investigación, capaces de generar y aplicarnuevos conocimientos, fomentando la promoción y difusión de los saberesy las culturas, previstos en la Constitución de la República del Ecuador. MISION UTMSer una institución Universitaria, líder y referente de la educación superioren el Ecuador, promoviendo la creación, desarrollo, transmisión y difusiónde la ciencia, la técnica y la cultura, con reconocimiento social yproyección regional y mundial. VISION F.C.ISer una unidad con alto prestigio académico, con eficiencia, transparenciay calidad educativa, organizada en sus actividades, protagonista delprogreso regional y nacional. MISION F.C.IFormar profesionales eficientes e innovadores en el campo de las cienciasinformáticas, que con honestidad, equidad y solidaridad, den respuestas alas necesidades de la sociedad elevando su nivel de vida.
  3. 3. CLASS 1
  5. 5. JavaIt is a programming language of high level object-oriented, developed by James Goslingin 1995. The language itself derives much of its syntax from C and C but has a simplerobject model and eliminates low-level tools, often induce many errors as directmanipulation of pointers or memory. Memory is managed by a garbage collector.Java applications are typically compiled into a bytecode, although compilation to nativemachine code is also possible. At runtime, the bytecode is usually either interpreted orcompiled to native code for execution, although direct hardware execution of bytecodeby a Java processor is also possible.The original and reference implementation of the compiler, the virtual machine and theJava class libraries were developed by Sun Microsystems in 1995. Since then, Sun hascontrolled the specification, development and evolution of language through the JavaCommunity Process, although others have also developed alternative implementationsof these Sun technologies, some even under free software licenses.Between December 2006 and May 2007, Sun Microsystems released most of its Javatechnologies under the GNU GPL, according to the specifications of the JavaCommunity Process, so that virtually all Sun Java software is now free but class libraryof websites included in the libraries of objetacion of objects to be compiled asapplications are not fully engaged compressed according to Sun says that an interpreteris required to run Java programs.
  6. 6. WHAT’S PROGRAMMINGProgramming is the process of designing, coding, debugging and maintaining the sourcecode of computer programs. The source code is written in a programming language. Thepurpose of programming is to create programs that display a desired behavior. Theprocess of writing code often requires expertise in several different areas, and themastery of language to use, specialized algorithms and formal logic. Schedule does notnecessarily involve other tasks such as analysis and design of the application (but thedesign of the code), but are often fused in developing small applications.Java Virtual MachineA Java virtual machine (JVM) is a virtual machine native process, ie executable on aspecific platform, able to interpret and execute instructions expressed in a special binarycode (the Java bytecode), which is generated by the compiler Java language.The Java binary code is not a high-level language, but a real low-level machine code,viable even as input language for physical microprocessor. Like all Java puzzle pieces,was originally developed by Sun.The JVM is one of the cornerstones of the Java platform. Basically is at a level abovethe hardware system on which you intend to run the application, and this acts as abridge that understands both the bytecode as the system on which you intend to run. So,when you write a Java application, it is thought to be executed on a Java virtual machinein particular, being the ultimately converts bytecode to native code of the final device.The great advantage of the Java virtual machine is to provide portability to language, sothat from Sun Microsystems have created different java virtual machines for differentarchitectures, and thus a program. Written class in Windows can be interpreted in aLinux environment. It is only necessary to have such a virtual machine for suchenvironments. Hence the famous axiom that follows Java "write once, run it anywhere"or "Write once, run anywhere".
  7. 7. INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTAn integrated development environment, also called IDE is a computer programconsists of a set of programming tools. You can devote himself exclusively to a singleprogramming language or it can be used for several.Dev C + +, an environment for the programming language C + +.WebDevStudio, an online IDE for the programming language C / C + +.An IDE is a programming environment that has been packaged as an applicationprogram, ie is a code editor, a compiler, a debugger, and a GUI builder (GUI). IDEsapplications can be alone or can be part of existing applications. The Visual Basiclanguage, for example, can be used within Microsoft Office applications, making itpossible to write Visual Basic statements as macros for Microsoft Word.The IDE provides a framework friendly to most programming languages such as C + +,PHP, Python, Java, C #, Delphi, Visual Basic, etc.. In some languages, an IDE canfunction as a run-time system, where you can use the programming languageinteractively without work oriented text files, such as Smalltalk or Objective-C.
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  9. 9. ECLIPSEEclipse is an integrated development environment for developing cross-platform opensource what the project calls "rich client applications" as opposed to applications "thinclient-based" browsers. This platform has typically been used to develop integrateddevelopment environments (IDE English), as the Java IDE called Java DevelopmentToolkit (JDT) and compiler (ECJ) delivered as part of Eclipse (and which are also usedto develop the same Eclipse). However, it can also be used for other types of clientapplications, such as BitTorrent or Azureus.Eclipse is also a community of users, constantly extending the application areascovered. An example is the recently created Eclipse Modeling Project, covering almostall areas of ModelDrivenEngineering.Eclipse was originally developed by IBM as the successor to its VisualAge family oftools. Eclipse is now developed by the Eclipse Foundation, an independent non-profitorganization that promotes open source community and a set of complementaryproducts, capabilities and services.Eclipse was originally released under the CommonPublicLicense, but was later re-licensed under the Eclipse PublicLicense. The Free Software Foundation has said thatboth licenses are free software licenses, but they are incompatible with the GNUGeneral Public License (GNU GPL).