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Swing

Learn about PanelMatic, a small library that allows Swing developers to quickly create common UI panels.
2012-01-11
This article describes the design of SWELL, an English-Like domain-specific language for testing Swing applications
2011-11-17
Learn about a Swing report alternative that provides 90% of the solution with 10% of the effort.
2010-03-22
Marina Kamahele provides instruction on overlaying lightweight Swing widgets on top of heavyweight AWT components using a TransparentPanel.
2009-11-02
André van Kouwen discusses the java.net GMVC Project
2009-10-17
This article describes the internal structure of JavaFX binding and its underlying Locations framework, and demonstrates how JavaFX binding can be applied to Swing.
2009-06-02
Plain old text-only JTable cells are boring, but once you start to mix multiple types of cell renderers in a table, your getTableCellRendererComponent() method can get completely out of control. In this article, Michael Bar-Sinai offers a performant and clever alternative.
2008-08-21
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.
2008-05-27
John O'Conner shows how JSR 295, Beans Binding, eliminates burdensome "glue code" for wiring up relationships between objects.
2008-03-20
Kirill Grouchnikov shows off the Consumer JDK's ability to set per-pixel translucency on windows, which opens up a wide variety of possibilities for translucent and shaped windows previously only available to native applications
2008-03-18