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This task-oriented, example-driven tutorial allows you to create user interfaces that work without change on multiple platforms, appearing and performing as well as or better than native interfaces.
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Leveraging the full power of the latest edition of the Java 2 platform, the authors guiis the art of GUI creation to life with content new to this edition.
This includes an easy-to-use tabbed reference section, new introductory chapters, and coverage of newer features such as JSpinner, JFormattedTextField, JProgressBar, jfcc wheel support, the rearchitected focus subsystem, and improved support for drag and drop. Introductory material for developers getting started with Swing, including sections on basic components such as text fields, labels, and buttons, as well as on using images.
How-to discussions on using individual components and containers, including advanced components such as tables, trees, and text editors.
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Learning Swing by Example Example One: Remembering Undoable Edits Part 2: Implementing the Undo and Redo Commands Concepts: You need to display a component in as much space as it can get.
Conxtructing need to display a few components in a compact row at their natural size. Tuyorial need to display a few components of the same size in rows and columns. You need to display a few components in a row or column, possibly with varying amounts of space between them, custom alignment, or custom component sizes.
JFC Swing Tutorial, The: A Guide to Constructing GUIs, Second Edition [Book]
You need to display aligned columns, as in a form-like interface where a column of labels is used to describe text fields in an adjacent column. You have a complex layout with many components. Set the value of a formatted text field that has no format, formatter, or formatter factory specified.
Make the formatted text field use a formatter factory that returns customized formatter objects. As a rule, you should set the location of the internal frame.
JFC Swing Tutorial, The: A Guide to Constructing GUIs, Second Edition
To add components to an internal frame, add them to its content pane. You must add an internal frame to a container.
You need to call show or setVisible on internal frames. Internal frames fire internal frame events, not window events. Color Replacing Default Support: Color and Text Importing a New Flavor: Command Line Specifying the Look and Feel: