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Jack Li Guojie is an independent Java developer who has been building various types of Java applications since 1998. His areas of interest and experience include artificial intelligence, user interfacing, Web applications, and enterprise system architecture. He has contributed articles to many leading software journals.

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ISBN(s) 9780470094594
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl 528
Sprache Englisch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Importe
Kurztitel Guojie, Jackwind Li: Professional Java Interfaces with SWT/JFace
Warengruppe HC/Informatik, EDV/Programmiersprachen
ISBN-10 0470094591
Länge 239 mm
Breite 192 mm
Höhe 35 mm
Gewicht 943 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Wiley John + Sons Wiley, John, & Sons, Inc
Inhaltsverzeichnis About the Author.
Introduction.
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.
Index.

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