Annotation in J2SE 5.0 gives library developers a new degree of freedom in designing. I used it to make Java/COM bridging easier.
The JavaDesktop Community has topped 200 projects
Have you ever heard the sound of JAVA? Take a break and have some fun with a nice JAVA project. Use your mouse and create 'music' with JAVA.
Joshua discusses Apple's new products and how they create value through software instead of hardware.
Just in time for the holiday season, this year's JavaOne Call For Papers. Some may have had their doubts, but I always believed...
Supporting undo isn't just for editors, as a lightweight undo facility makes sense for any model-driven project.
This is a blog. This is only a blog. In the event of a real article, you would be directed to a URL near you with actual content.
Developing enterprise applications and desktop systems with the Java platform has always been challenging tasks. genesis is aimed to solve exactly these problems.
Joshua discusses the benefits of gradual APIs and designs a simple XML language for Swing layout.
Sometimes what you work on makes you the "way cool relative".
..or: Our Love/Hate Relationship with Swing
Improving the Look and Feel fidelity of Swing using the UxTheme API and GTK Styles API.
A "quick-and-dirty" GUI is a mess until it is refactored using the MVC pattern. With each step the design became simpler, until it is now "simple", the highest compliment one can pay a design.
For the Jeopardy project, I have been searching for the right toolkit. Swing is a well known, already tested option while SWT stands there as a sparkling, brand new toolkit, which has been the building blocks of Eclipse. I always knew that it would be a hard choice.
The stunning conclusion to our JDJ article on Java game development is now available
After 11 years documenting Java (10 of those working on The Java Tutorial) I've joined engineering. Who wants to replace me?
Everything you wanted to know about the new OpenGL-based Java 2D pipeline in J2SE 5.0, and much much more...
The transcript is now available for the Java Live chat "What's New in Swing?" (Tuesday, November 9).
JavaHelp(TM) V2.0_02 was released yesterday. This is an update release with new features including a the possibility of using a native/alternate content viewer and support of the GTK Look and Feel.
Joshua asks for ideas on webstarts problems and possible solutions