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Java Swing (Classique Us) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 29. November 2002
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Java Swing, long regarded as the authoritative book on using the Swing classes, is available in a new edition that builds on a solid foundation in exploring the Java 2 Swing additions and modifications. This is a big, tremendously detailed, exhaustively researched, and ultimately authoritative reference that pushes the limits of what a book can do toward eliminating the necessity of writing experimental programs to see how Swing classes work in practice. You'll find in these pages bits of software that show how most of Swing works: all of the major features get lavish attention, while most of the minor classes are demonstrated adequately, as well.
You could probably find demonstrations free of charge on the Internet, however. The true value of this work is in the comments its five authors have attached to their copious examples. They can be quite specific: at least one such segment warns that default Swing behavior violates Mac OS X user interface guidelines and explains how to work around the problem. Another section explains how the methods of the UndoableEdit class can be used in various ways, to implement different user interface behavior options. Some readers will head straight to the O'Reilly Web site, where they can grab the code and examine it in an editor rather than in print--code listings take up a lot of space here--but everyone will appreciate the concise hierarchy, method, and property documentation, as well as the wisdom contained in the prose. --David Wall
Topics covered: The Swing classes for creating graphical user interfaces in the Java programming language. It covers all the windowing stuff--dialogs, buttons, containers, layouts, lists, and that kind of thing--as well as tables, trees, text-manipulation classes, formatted text, drag and drop, and accessibility support.
Swing is a fully-featured user interface development kit for Java applications. Building on the foundations of the Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), Swing enables cross-platform applications to use any of several pluggable look-and-feels. Swing developers can take advantage of its rich, flexible features and modular components, building elegant user interfaces with very little code. This second edition of Java Swing thoroughly covers all the features available in Java 2 SDK 1.3 and 1.4. More than simply a reference, this new edition takes a practical approach. It is a book by developers for developers, with hundreds of useful examples, from beginning level to advanced, covering every component available in Swing. All these features mean that there's a lot to learn. Even setting aside its platform flexibility, Swing compares favourably with any widely available user interface toolkit - it has great depth. Swing makes it easy to do simple things but is powerful enough to create complex, intricate interfaces.This 2nd edition includes: a new chapter on Drag and Drop; accessibility features for creating a user interface meeting the needs of all users; coverage of the improved key binding infrastructure introduced in SDK 1.3; a new chapter on JFormattedTextField and input validation; Mac OS X coverage and examples; coverage of the improved focus system introduced in SDK 1.4; pluggable Look-and-Feel coverage; coverage of the new layout manager, SpringLayout, from SDK 1.4; properties tables that summarize important features of each component; coverage of the 1.4 Spinner component; details about using HTML in components; a new appendix listing bound actions for each component; and a supporting web site with utilities, examples, and supplemental materials. Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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Java Swing is very well organized and full of original explanation. I encourage potential readers to disregard other comments claiming that this book is API repetitive or doesn't explain enough. No book can cover every possible situation that can arise in the creation of a GUI, and no book will fully explain all of the inner workings of each Swing component and UI delegate. Swing is a very complex and extensive library with some very interesting and powerful mechanisms working behind the scenes. Without a doubt, Java Swing is the most informative and rich reference available. I recommend it highly.
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Java Swing, at a whopping 1200+ pages, is a fantastic reference that you'll keep within arms reach as you program in Swing. But the book is more than just an API reference - its a combined tutorial and book of examples. Aside from the first few chapters, which provide a basic grounding for the rest of the book, you can skip from chapter to chapter as your needs dictate. It covers all the major component groups, as well as providing useful examples and code snippets.
My one complaint about this title is that it appears to have covered the entire swing library, and in doing so the authors tried to put just too many topics into it. Perhaps it needs to be split into two volumes, but while working through the book as part of a programming project, I found that there were some areas where a more thorough treatment should have been given (in particular, the chapter on trees which provides not enough detail, and only very simple examples). That said, "Java Swing" is a fantastic resource, both as a reference and an overview/tutorial of Swing, and is the best Swing book available to-date (as of February 1999).
This book, however, really made my life easy. In the project I was working on, I knew pretty much what I needed to do, and this book facilitated my understanding of Swing greatly. The text is filled with examples and thoroughly documents each of the Swing components. I found it very helpful as a supplement to the official Java documentation.
I hadn't read an O'Reilly book until this one and I have to say that I'm impressed. I'll be trying out some of their other books in the hopes that the quality carries over.
Für grundlegende Probleme, wie das Blockieren der Benutzeroberfläche durch konkurrierende Threads oder den Ausdruck in grosser Qualität half mir das Buch nicht weiter.
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The aim of this book seems to be covering everything... There's a lot of irrelevant info for the average Swing-user (I think). Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 11. Juni 2000 von Rasmus
Forget this book as ones introduction to Swing. Rely on Sun's tutorial for that. But as a reference this book describes everything, and in a much more coherent way than the... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 30. Dezember 1999 von Thomas Almy
OK but there are lots of better books on swing. The *book* is Geary's Graphic Java but at 1600 pages it is more of a reference then something you'll want to read-it's just *too*... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 10. November 1999 veröffentlicht
It is good to use as a reference when using swing, but it does a poor job, overwhelming the reader who is just a beginer.Am 12. Oktober 1999 veröffentlicht
I'm forced to agree with the review below. This book should have spent less time documenting the entire text package and more time teaching us about what we can and cannot extend... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 29. September 1999 veröffentlicht
I have found this book to be very clear and concise in working through the whole Swing framework. I needed to be an instant 'Swinger' for a company-critical Swing project and I... Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 29. September 1999 von Andrew Hudson
There is a lot to know about Swing -- a ton. It's a hazard in writing about it to render so much information in a tedious way, and this book fell victim to it. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 19. September 1999 veröffentlicht
When I started converting AWT stuff to Swing stuff I just used sun's api docs and tutorial. But when I started getting into more difficult areas like table layout, multiple... Lesen Sie weiter...Am 15. September 1999 veröffentlicht