by Matthew Robinson, Pavel Vorobiev
Publisher: Manning Publications 2003
Number of pages: 912
Taking the power and flexibility of Swing to its limits, this edition shows engineers how to build powerful and complex cross-platform GUIs with Java’s Swing components. Covering J2SE 1.4, complete coverage is given to the new the JSpinner and JFormattedTextField component and to the new focus and keyboard architectures. Additionally, the important new topics of constructing an HTML editor application, constructing an XML editor, and drag-and-drop with Swing are analyzed in detail.
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