In this first half of the two-part "Introduction to Jython" tutorial, you've learned the concepts and programming basics of working with Jython, including access options and file compilation, syntax and data types, program structure, procedural statements, and functional programming with Jython.
In the second half of this tutorial, we will begin to wrestle with some of the more advanced aspects of the language, starting with a conceptual and hands-on introduction to object-oriented programming in Jython. You'll also learn about debugging, string processing, file I/O, and Java support in Jython. The tutorial will conclude with an exciting, hands-on demonstration of how to build a working GUI app in Jython.
It's a good idea to take the second part of the tutorial as soon as you can, while the concepts from Part 1 are still fresh in your mind. If you prefer to take a break in your studies, you might want to use the time to explore the appendices included with Part 1 (Appendices ), or check out some of the references included in the Resources section.