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With the arrival of Sun's Java Foundation Classes (JFC), developers can write Java applications that behave just like "native"-style applications, such as those written in Windows. Core Java Foundation Classes shows you how you can take advantage of the new JFC Swing classes to create Java applications with all the advanced features that today's users expect.
After a tour of the JFC/Swing packages, the author jumps right into building basic Swing applications, focusing on layout managers (which control the arrangement of JFC components onscreen) and basic graphics programming. The book aims to let you create sophisticated Java applications, and so the author discusses topics such as menus and the toolbar, keyboard handling (and mouseless operation), and dialog boxes to let you do this. The book also covers powerful Swing components, the tree and table controls. The author even looks at creating multiple document interface (MDI) applications. --Richard Dragan
JFC is about to extend the Java AWT, dramatically improving Java's graphic capabilities and making it possible for developers to build state-of-the-art user interfaces. With practical, detailed examples, Core JFC shows experienced developers how to use JFC as effectively as possible. Understand what the Java Foundation Classes are, what they allow you to accomplish, and how they work together. Walk step-by-step through developing JFC-based applications and components. Learn about each significant JFC class, starting with the JFrame class that establishes the shell of an application. Understand the Java 1.1 event model; approaches for managing the user interface, establishing application control through dialog boxes; and creating menus and toolbars. Learn how to use enhanced JFC user interface components, including the JBorder class; application progress bars with JProgressBar; list and combo boxes; overlapping components. Take an in-depth look at the powerful new text components and the underlying document architecture; examine in detail the tree and table controls and see how to customize them to meet your needs.Finally, learn how to extend the JFC with custom components and how to write a custom look-and-feel of your own. Essential coverage of all the new "Swing" classes, which dramatically simplify the development of state-of-the-art GUIs. The perfect bridge book to help Java developers migrate from AWT to JFC - and the perfect state-to-finish tutorial for experienced developers new to Java GUI building. Proven Core Series format! The best information and code for real developers with real problems and real deadlines!
This book shines with its extensive and exhaustive discussions of all the Swing components. No other author explains things with as much attention to detail and clarity as Topley. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 17. April 2000 von Matthew Robinson
This is the best book on Swing that I have seen. It explains the concepts behind each JFC widget and provides useful, simple examples. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 13. Januar 2000 von Mark
Outstanding. I was a beginner with Java & JFC. This book took me through intermediate & up to expert level. JFC underlying structure is explained early on. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 10. Januar 2000 von JonP
This book is the best book on Swings that I have come across that provides solutions to issues and problems that a Swings GUI developer faces while developing real world... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 7. Januar 2000 von Vishwa Malhotra
This book is very well written. I am glad that I read it as I learned a lot from it. It is a book that a Java develooer has to have.Am 15. November 1999 veröffentlicht
It covers all the important things. And it's easy to read and understandAm 3. November 1999 veröffentlicht
I worked on a GUI application where applied a lot of info that was in this book. For me the coverage of the Table and Tree Models was the most useful. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 20. Oktober 1999 veröffentlicht