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Swingby Matthew Robinson
Synopses & Reviews
Intended for intermediate to advanced Java developers, this book contains real-world examples and detailed discussions of Swing.
Book News Annotation:
Describes Java's Swing components and shows how to use them. Examples consist of production-quality code in which Swing features are customized, combined, and vigorously exercised. Offers in-depth table, tree, and text coverage, and material on MDI environments, multithreading, and good UI design, and tells how to implement sorting and printing tables, a word processor, browsing directories with trees, and a custom multi-page print preview component. The authors are Java developers for Netfish Technologies.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Real-world examples and detailed discussions on Swing for experienced Java programmers. This book takes the power and flexibility of Swing to its limits. Forty-six key areas of Swing are emphasized, including text package, tree package, table package, MDI environments, and pluggable ""look and feel.""
Includes bibliographical references (p. 883-886) and index.
About the Author
Robinson is the author of a monthly on-line column at the Swing Connection and works as an engineer for WebScope, Inc.
Vorobiev is a doctoral graduate in physics and mathematics. He is senior Java developer for Merrill Lynch.
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