This article demonstrates how to leverage undocumented JavaFX capabilities to support custom paints in version 1.2.
This article describes how to apply the Payment API (JSR 229) in JavaME applications. The example application enables lenders to provide microcredit for projects.
Jan Haderka and Alex Potochkin discuss the SwingLabs project and subprojects with Jim Wright in this a.net Community Corner 2009 podcast recorded at JavaOne.
How to leverage undocumented JavaFX capabilities to support custom cursors in JavaFX versions 1.2 and 1.1.1.
This article shows how a JavaFX client can call remote JavaEE services using the Spring framework and the Hessian protocol.
Biswajit Sarkar introduces the animation and transition features provided by LWUIT for mobile Java applications.
Joshua A. Davis and Thaddeus Keenan Simons show how to copy pixels from an OpenGL pbuffer into a Java2D Graphics2D drawing context.
Biswajit Sarkar looks at how you can employ styles, themes, and painters in your LWUIT application.
Why not let the data shape the GUI? Automatic GUI builders do just that, and in this article, Javier Paniza shows how OpenXava does it.
Thomas Künneth shows how to use JGoodies Binding or JSR-295 to "bind" GUI components, connecting data values to their on-screen representations and controls.