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Swing basics

 
suresh kamsa
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Hi Gurus,
I wanted to learn Swing, any site to download free software and the procedure. Help greately appreciated.
Thanks.
 
Paul Stevens
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Go to the sun site and look at the tutorial for Swing.
 
Rajesh Kumar
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Read the Tutorial in the following URL
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/index.html
If u got any doubts while doing programming please post ur question or doubt in the following discussion forum.
http://forum.java.sun.com
There is a discussion forum forum for swings at above url.
u will get immediate response for ur doubt.
If u got anymore doubts please send ur doubt to the following email.
mailingtutorial@canada.com
I will try to solve ur pblm
Cheers
 
Vinod Venugopal
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Read Graphics Java Vol. II by David M. Geary. Exhaustive coverage of Swing components. Vol I covers AWT components.
 
Michael Szul
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I recommend reading Core JFC by Kim Topley (Prentice Hall Press) and maybe even Java Swing from O'Reilly Publishers. Both these books are great references for Swing (the Core JFC book has great examples).
You can also find a four or five chapter introduction to Swing in the O'Reilly book Learning Java. This is the first book I used when I got into Java.
 
Consider Paul's rocket mass heater.
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