In short, they’re ready for Core Swing: Advanced Programming, the most advanced Swing techniques ever published! Kim Topley picks up. Buy a cheap copy of Core Swing: Advanced Programming book by Kim Topley. Written as a supplement to the author’s Core Java Foundation Classes, Kim. This book gets into the details behind some of the swing components. It covers editors, highlighters, documents, renderers and drag and drop.
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Core Swing: Advanced Programming by Kim Topley (Prentice Hall) (Books forum at Coderanch)
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With Core Swingyou’ll discover how to exploit the Swing tree and table controls to the fullest, customize and create your own text fields with features that sophisticated users expect, build your own editors and file viewers, and much more. The Highlighter and HighlightPainter Interfaces. Every Core Series book: The level of detail into these topics are very good. I wanted to know about menus, it got proramming where I wanted to go in 10 minutes, same with custom dialogs.
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David rated it it was ok Nov 25, There was a problem filtering reviews right now. That why the book deserved a 4 instead of a 5. Building on his bestseller “Core Java Foundation Classes,” Kim Topley takes on the toughest Swing topely raised by programmers throughout the Java community and addresses crucial topics first-generation Swing books completely missed.
Showing of 10 reviews. Sections on extending the Swing table control will let you change how table data is displayed coe edited with coverage of custom renderers and cell editors. Get unlimited cors to videos, live online training, learning paths, books, tutorials, and more. Core Swing helps you deliver the sophisticated Java GUI applications your users demand—with Java Swing techniques that start where other books leave off!
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Core Swing: Advanced Programming
If you’re like me, and don’t have enough time to do all that you want to. Using the book I was able to figure out tables sufficiently to write streaming autosorting tables and xore renderers. Attributes, Styles, and Style Contexts. The chapters are as with the ‘Core Java 2’ books very clear and to the point.
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A Compound Edit Example. Every Core Series book: Corporate, Academic, and Employee Purchases. Creating a Custom Highlighter. JTrees are used as an example for moving data between applications. I have used this book prigramming create tables that I would not have been able to create without this book. This is the second book by Kim Topley that I have purchased, I bought the first book: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
A Multi-Functional Drop Target. Every experienced Java programmer will find very useful techniques for working with Swing controls and other high-level UI features. Ikke marked it as to-read Mar 08, Content Type and Editor Kit Selection. Customers who bought this item also bought. Building on his bestseller Core Java Foundation Classes, Kim Topley takes on the toughest Swing issues raised by programmers throughout the Java community and addresses crucial topics advnaced Swing books completely missed.
It is not for learning Swing hence the title “Advanced Programming”and it is a pity that it has been reviewed as such by some others here.
Chas Emerick added it Sep 17, Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. A Simple UndoableEdit Example. State-of-the-art insights into the Swing classes that other books can’t touch Advnced techniques for building the Swing components you really need Fast-track techniques for making the most of text controls, editors, tables, and drag-and-drop Hundreds of professional-level code examples CD-ROM The accompanying CD-ROM includes all of the book’s detailed code examples a bonus chapter taken from Kim Topley’s first book, “Core Java Foundation Classes,” and trial versions of SwingBuilder from SwingSoft and Netbeans.
Rather it is a collection of chapters on very specific problems which are of limited relevance unless you wish to solve these very specific problems. The book is entitled Core Swing and I bought the book believing it to be so.
This book covers only a very few topics: