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Professional Java Native Interfaces with SWT / JFace

Professional Java Native Interfaces with SWT / JFace

Jackwind Li Guojie

ISBN: 978-0-470-09459-4

Nov 2004

532 pages

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Professional Java Native Interfaces takes a solutions-based approach in showing how SWT/JFace works, discussing each common component, providing useful, practical ideas, tips and techniques to make the Java developers' work easier. The author provides relevant and timely examples, both stand-alone applications and smaller code snippets that readers can incorporate into their own code.

To provide a truly real-world quality, the author builds an email/ftp client sample application to show readers how to combine everything into a presentable Java native UI application.

About the Author.


Part I: Fundamentals.

Chapter 1: Overview of Java UI Toolkits and SWT/Jface.

Chapter 2: SWT/JFace Mechanisms.

Chapter 3: Jump Start with SWT/Jface.

Chapter 4: SWT Event Handling, Threading, and Displays.

Chapter 5: Basic SWT Widgets.

Chapter 6: Layouts.

Part II: Design Basics.

Chapter 7: Combos and Lists.

Chapter 8: Text Controls.

Chapter 9: Menus, Toolbars, Cool Bars, and Actions.

Chapter 10: Tables.

Chapter 11: Trees.

Chapter 12: Dialogs.

Part III: Dynamic Controls.

Chapter 13: Scales, Sliders, and Progress Bars.

Chapter 14: Other Important SWT Components.

Chapter 15: SWT Graphics and Image Handling.

Chapter 16: Drag and Drop and the Clipboard.

Chapter 17: Printing.

Chapter 18: JFace Windows and Dialogs.

Part IV: Application Development.

Chapter 19: JFace Wizards.

Chapter 20: Creating a Text Editor with JFace Text.

Chapter 21: Eclipse Forms.

Chapter 22: Programming OLE in Windows.

Chapter 23: Drawing Diagrams with Draw2D.

Chapter 24: Sample Application.


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