MANY JAVA PROGRAMMERS ARE FAMILIAR with John Zukowskis popular Java AWT Reference, which concentrated on what professional programmers had to know in order to use the now-obsolete AWT component set. This book offers the same level of coverage for Swing. Zukowski helps Java programmers weed through the complex APIs of the Swing components. This book shows programmers those parts of the Swing Component Set they will use on a daily basis to create graphical user interfaces. Readers can learn about the Model-View-Controller architecture that lies behind all Swing components, and how to customize the components for specific environments. Zukowski also provides custom editors and renderers for use with tables, trees, and list components. You'll find an overview of the Swing architecture, event handling with the Swing Component Set, core Swing components, toggleable components, Swing menus and toolbars, borders, pop-ups and choosers, and more.JTable (continued) UIResource elements, 706 UML relationship diagram, 691 without column headers, 696 without ... 521, 570 constructors, 571-572 event handling, 574 examples, 487, 488-489 and JScrollPane, 571, 572 within JSplitPane, anbsp;...
|Title||:||John Zukowski's Definitive Guide to Swing for Java 2|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 1999|