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This tutorial looks at how to center a dialog box, frame, or window in Java.
It is a collection of notes and sample codes written by the author while he was learning Java AWT and Swing.
This tutorial shows how to modify your application to use the correct look and feel for the platform.
This introduction to using Swing in Java will walk you through the basics of Swing.
Have you ever wanted to provide text formatting in a Swing control?
This tutorial provides an introduction to using the glass pane in a JFrame and JApplet.
This tutorial shows how to change the default close action to exit the application when the window is closed.
This tutorial shows how to go beyond the predefined cursors in Java
When using the JFileChooser to dialog to save files, you will usually want to give the user a list of types that they can save the file as.
This tutorial shows how to use a custom cell renderer to create a font list box.
This tutorial shows how to display individual tooltips for items in a JList.
Online java programming tutorials to learn basic java swing.
This article shows you how to use the new XMLEncoder and XMLDecoder
This is the first in a series of tips that will serve as a comprehensive guide to using XML from the Java programming language.
XML developers used to rely on XML parsers to read XML files.
In this tutorial learn the basics behind Representation State Transfer (REST) and the Atom Publishing Protocol (APP)
An article on JavaBeans, answers questions like what JavaBeans are and how to create your own JavaBean.
A step by step tutorial to create a JavaBean which detects user browser
An article on what are EJBs, what they provide, what are their different types and when and why to use them.
This step by step tutorial will show you how to build a simple Session EJB.
A step-by-step tutorial in which we will create a Session EJB which will read a given XML file
As J2EE has become the enterprise development platform of choice, more and more J2EE-based applications are going into production.