Assess basic Java programming concepts and methods required to write the code for the container (i.e., the graphical user interface (GUI) the user will see when working with your program). The code you create for this interactive assignment will allow for user validation and access only.

Assess basic Java programming concepts and methods required to write the code for the container (i.e., the graphical user interface (GUI) the user will see when working with your program). The code you create for this interactive assignment will allow for user validation and access only.

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Week 5 a:

 Code Creation, Troubleshooting, and Validation Tests

Prior to beginning work on this interactive assignment, read Chapter 9 of the textbook, and review any relevant information in this week’s lecture. Applying the concepts from the required reading, you will complete this interactive assignment in the virtual lab environment.

Review the instructions for the Final Assignment in Week Six. Assess basic Java programming concepts and methods required to write the code for the container (i.e., the graphical user interface (GUI) the user will see when working with your program). The code you create for this interactive assignment will allow for user validation and access only.

Create code within the container that searches the array you created in Week Two. This query must compare the UserID and Password against the information in the array in order to allow user access. Troubleshoot the code and fix any design flaws to ensure the validation portion of the program runs smoothly.
Your design can include JButtons and JLabels; however, functionality need not go beyond accessing the program. You will be completing these additional portions of the design in your Week Six assignment.
Within the virtual lab environment create a PDF with the following two screenshots:

  • The GUI with the request for User ID and Password.
  • The GUI after successful user validation completion.

Download the PDF to your computer and attach the PDF to your initial post. In your initial post explain any problems or difficulties you had in creating the program and what you did to resolve any issues. Describe what you learned from having gone through the creation process. Explain any portion of the design that you liked and/or any aspects on which you would like specific feedback. Your response should be a minimum of 300 words.

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