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  • JFC And SwingGuided By: Submitted By:Mahendra Singh Tomar Komal Gandhi
  • CONTENTS1. What is Java Swing…?2. Features of Swing..3. Java Swing Components…4. Java Layout Management...5. Java Events Handling…6. Conclusion…
  • What is Java Swing ?• Part of the Java Foundation Classes (JFC)• Provides a rich set of GUI components.• Used to create a Java program with a graphical user interface (GUI)
  • Features Of Swing1) Java Look and Feel2) Data Transfer3) Internationalization and Localization4) Accessibility5) System Tray Icon Support
  • Java Swing Components…• Top Level Containers• General Purpose Containers• Special Purpose Containers• Basic Controls• Uneditable Information Displays• Interactive Displays of Highly Formatted Information
  • Top Level Containers• Window -Dialog -Frame
  • General Purpose Containers• Panel :-• Toolbar:-• Scroll Pane:-
  • Special Purpose Containers • Internal Frame • Layered Pane • Root Pane
  • Basic Controls • Buttons • Combo Box • List • Menu
  • Uneditable InformationDisplays• Label• Progress Bar
  • Interactive Displays of HighlyFormatted Information
  • Java Layout Management...1) BorderLayout2) FlowLayout3) GridBagLayout4) GridLayout
  • Java Events Handling…
  • Types of Event Listeners1) ActionListener2) WindowListener3) MouseListener4) MouseMotionListener5) ComponentListener
  • Implementing an EventHandler• Implement the methods in the listener interface to handle the event.
  • Conclusion• You can use any helpful tools out there that are for Java development like eclipse IDE, NetBeans IDE.• Lacks live graphical and interactive help while developing.
  • Thank You