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SWT/JFace in Action

SWT/JFace in Action

By: Matthew Scarpino; Stephen Holder; Stanford Ng; Laurent Mihalkovic

Publisher: Manning Publications

Publication Date: 28-NOV-2004

Insert Date: 10-OCT-2008

Slots: 1.0

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Covering Eclipse's new capability for building graphical user interfaces with version 3.0, the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) and JFace, this guide demonstrates how these award-winning tools have received broad support for creating desktop applications. Theory and practical examples reveal how to build GUIs that combine the look and feel of native interfaces with the platform independence of Java. This guide also shows how SWT makes use of the widgets provided by the operating system and describes how these components can be associated with events, containers, and graphics. With...

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Dojo Fundamentals: Creating Object-Oriented Widgets

Dojo Fundamentals: Creating Object-Oriented Widgets

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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Publication Date: 24-OCT-2007

Insert Date: 25-OCT-2007

Slots: 1.0

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This Short Cut was formally titled "Get Up and Running with Dojo." This updated version has been updated and re-titled. In this exciting era of Web 2.0 development, Dojo pushes the boundaries of the possible with snazzy user interfaces that can be quickly implemented and easily maintained.This comprehensive overview to creating object-oriented widgets with Dojo 1.0 tackles the most foundational Dojo design concepts-leaving you poised for productivity and efficiency, and ready to achieve superior results. Read on to explore the depths of inheritance and encapsulation, learn the most common...

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SWT: A Developer's Notebook

SWT: A Developer's Notebook

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Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Publication Date: 11-OCT-2004

Insert Date: 12-JAN-2005

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The Eclipse platform continues to gain tremendous popularity as both a Java IDE and a Java platform for application programming. One of the core underpinnings of Eclipse is SWT, the Standard Widget Toolkit. This set of components can be used to develop graphical user interfaces in Java,and offer a native-code alternative to Java's Swing and AWT components. Incorporating the look and feel of whatever platform the code is run on, SWT offers a lightning-fast approach to building GUIs, all of which actually look like they belong on the platform on which they are run. But you already know what...

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SWT: The Standard Widget Toolkit, Volume 1

SWT: The Standard Widget Toolkit, Volume 1

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Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

Publication Date: 28-JUN-2004

Insert Date: 18-NOV-2004

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The Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) is a new class library for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs) in Java. Created as part of the Eclipse project, SWT allows developers to build efficient, portable applications that directly access the user-interface facilities of the operating systems it is implemented on. This revolutionary technology makes it possible to create Java-based applications that are indistinguishable from a platform's native applications. SWT: The Standard Widget Toolkit, Volume 1, will show you how to: Get SWT, install it, and invoke it from your...