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In this excerpt from his book "Unit Testing in Java", author Johannes Link shows a direct approach to test first designs of Graphical User Interfaces.
2003-10-16
Just as CSS allows you to maintain a consistent look across a complex web site, you can use the same technique to achieve this consistency across many screens in a complicated Swing application.
2003-10-14
Configuring an application should be painless for a user. It requires careful design on the developers part. This article looks at three techniques: properties, preferences, and JMX.
2003-10-10
Learning doesn't have to mean classroom time. Sometimes, the best approach is to just help people follow their fancy.
2003-10-09
The JSP Standard Tag Library allows page authors to make use of easy-to-learn, easy-to-use standard actions for common ways we deal with presentation.
2003-10-07
Andy Freeman leads off our Letters to the Editor with some thoughts on how we can improve java.net.
2003-09-30
How to use JUnit and Ant together so that you have more control over which test cases get run.
2003-09-12
This article will help you get up and running with JOGL, the Java bindings to Open GL. You'll configure your environment and compile and run a set of 2D graphics calls.
2003-09-11
Teachers of object-oriented programming can use the Fit framework to create an executable spec for an assignment. The spec itself leads the students through the project.
2003-08-28
2003-08-20