Java 9: Swing, Documents and printing

Software Development

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254 pages
The book deals with Swing and how to use Swing to develop applications with a graphical user interface.
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Poul Klausen er uddannet cand. scient. i matematik fra Aarhus Universitet med speciale i algebraisk topologi. Efter universitetet og et efterfølgende pædagogikum har Poul Klausen primært arbejdet som underviser og det især inden for it uddannelser og gennem de sidste mange år som underviser på datamat...


This book is the ninth in a series of books on software development. The book deals with Swing and how to use Swing to develop applications with a graphical user interface. The book is a continuation of Java 2, but with greater emphasis on details and how Swing works internally. Several chapters include topics that are not used so often in practical, but are topics you should know in part to solve specific programming problems.

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  1. Introduction 
    1. A comment about Swing 
  2. Swing details 
    1. Size and location 
    2. Event handling 
    3. Rendering of components 
    4. Focus and the keyboard 
  3. Layout 
    1. Layout managers 
  4. Swing components 
    1. JProgressBar 
    2. JTree 
  5. User defined components 
    1. Look-and-feel 
    2. Knob 
    3. A better Knob 
    4. A DatePicker 
  6. The clipboard 
    1. MIME types 
    2. Serializing objects 
    3. Images on the clipboard 
  7. Drag and Drop 
    1. Drag images 
  8. Edit text 
    1. JFormattedTextField 
    2. The caret 
    3. Highlighter 
    4. A JTextPane 
    5. Document 
    6. A JEditorPane 
  9. Internationalizing 
    1. Resource bundles 
    2. Formatting values 
  10. A slot machine 
    1. Task formulation 
    2. Analysis 
    3. Design 
    4. Programming 
    5. Test 

26 septembre 2018 à 10:35
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