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Advances in Object Technology #23: Hardcore Jfc: Conquering the Swing Architectureby Mitch Goldstein
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Hardcore JFC (previously announced as Mastering the Java Foundation Classes) is a comprehensive guide to the functionality and practical use of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). It presents intermediate and advanced techniques for exploiting the power and flexibility of JFC and the Swing component set. With a strong focus on fundamentals and pragmatic applications, the author shows how JFC and Swing can add tremendous value to Java applications. Several concrete illustrations reveal how to enhance the JFC architecture, such as leveraging the Model/View/Controller paradigm, customizing and developing new components, and techniques for creating look-and-feel user interface classes. Thousands of lines of effective, well-constructed and reusable example code demonstrate important design and development issues. Any Java professional will find this book to be a vital reference.
Book News Annotation:
This intermediate guide to the use of the Swing component set describes the actual experience of developing applications using Java Foundation Classes. The book outlines the functional aspects of the architecture, the applications of its design principles, and the means of customizing and developing new components. Design and development techniques are illustrated with reusable code. Goldstein is a software developer.
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A guide to the functionality and practical use of the Java Foundations Classes (JFC). This book presents intermediate and advanced techniques in exploiting the power and flexibility of JFC and the Swing component set. It includes many concrete illustrations of how to enhance the JFC architecture.
A comprehensive guide to the functionality and practical use of the Java Foundations Classes (JFC).
Table of Contents
1. Introduction; 2. The J component; 3. Basic components I; 4. Containers; 5. The JList component; 6. Basic components II; 7. The JTree components; 8. The JTable components; 9. User interface I; 10. User Interface II; Appendix: LAF Keys.
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