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This latest edition examines all the new widgets added to SWT since the publication of the first edition, discusses event handling in greater detail, and adds new coverage on topics such as threading and embedding "The Definitive Guide to SWT and JFace, Second Edition" covers SWT and JFace, and describes how to build stand-alone Java applications using these technologies.
This latest edition examines all the new widgets added to SWT since the publication of the first edition, discusses event handling in greater detail, and adds new coverage on topics such as threading and embedding AWT and Swing classes into SWT applications. The second edition also discusses the enhancements to existing SWT classes, such as Browser, and explains which entities have been deprecated e.
Part 2 focuses on building applications using SWT. It steps developers through the entire class hierarchy of SWT, explaining clearly how to use all the widgets in the toolkit. The power of this additional abstraction layer atop SWT is demonstrated through explanation and code. Explore practical code examples that illustrate how to use the libraries. Learn how to use industry-standard Ant for builds.
Who is this book for? The major audience for this book: Java developers. Also helpful will be an understanding of event-driven programming, although again this will not be necessary.
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JFace frees you from all the drudgery of manipulating SWT widget elements to add behaviour to static widgets. SWT just provides listeners, JFace uses these listeners for you to allow you to concentrate on the mapping between the real world model and its SWT representation. If you build a standard SWT widget, you will have to describe the content of a Tree set one or more top items, hook some TreeItems to each root, possibly add a selection listener and then manage all its transitions. That will be a static Tree.
《The Definitive Guide to SWT and JFace》
The Definitive Guide to SWT and JFace
The Definitive Guide to SWT and JFACE