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Swing

J2SE 1.5 introduced a brand new look and feel called Synth. As you might already know, this look and feel is really a skin engine based on XML files. You can use it to easily create a new look and feel for your applications without having to struggle with Swing's UI delegates. The XML file format also allows you to easily generate new skins on the fly. You can give the users the power to...
on May 31, 2005