a Java class that follows some simple conventions
a Java class that follows specific conventions, called a component model, making it simple to connect beans (classes) together with minimum effort
an object of a class which adheres to the Bean interface standards in java
a pre canned piece of Java code-a Java component that can display a chart or animation, an audio clip, a credit card validation form, or database access request
a reusable and interchangeable software component that can be visually manipulated in builder tools
a software component that, by adhering to certain protocols, is fully inter-operative with other beans and can also be used within CASE tools that are beans-aware
a software component that can be manipulated graphically in a so-called bean builder tool
a software component that has been designed to be reusable in a variety of different environments
a software component written in the Java programming language that conforms to the JavaBeans component specification
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An independent program module that runs within a JVM, typically for creating user interfaces on the client. The server equivalent is called an Enterprise Java Bean (EJB). See also Enterprise Java Bean.
JavaBeans are software components written in the Java programming language.