Download Beginning Java 8 APIs, Extensions and Libraries: Swing, by Kishori Sharan PDF
By Kishori Sharan
Foreword by means of Jeff Friesen.
Beginning Java eight APIs, Extensions and Libraries completes the Apress Java studying trip and is a finished method of studying the Java Swing, JavaFX, Java Scripting, JDBC and community programming APIs.
This booklet covers the major extesnsions of the Java programming language similar to Swing, JavaFX, community programming, and JDBC. each one subject starts off with a dialogue of the topic's heritage. A step by step approach, with small snippets of Java code, presents easy-to-follow directions. on the finish of a subject matter, a whole and ready-to-run Java software is supplied. This publication comprises over a hundred thirty photographs and diagrams that can assist you visualize and higher comprehend the subjects. greater than one hundred thirty whole courses let you perform and speedy research the topics.
The Swing chapters talk about quite a few facets of operating with a GUI, from the very uncomplicated recommendations of constructing a Swing program, to the main complex issues, resembling adorning a Swing part with a JLayer, drag-and-drop positive aspects, Synth Skinnable L&F, etc.
The bankruptcy on community programming covers the fundamentals of community applied sciences first, after which, the complicated subject matters of community programming, utilizing a Java type library. It covers IPv4 and IPv6, addressing schemes, subnetting, supernetting, multicasting, TCP/IP sockets, UPD sockets, asynchronous socket I/O, etc.
The bankruptcy on JDBC offers the main points of connecting and dealing with databases akin to Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, DB2, Java DB (Apache Derby), Sybase, Adaptive Server anyplace, and so forth. It features a whole dialogue on processing a ResultSet and a RowSet. It discusses tips to use the RowSetFactory, to procure a RowSet item of a selected style. operating with huge items (LOBs), corresponding to Blob, Clob, and NClob, is roofed intimately with Java code examples and database scripts.
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MAX_VALUE number of rows and columns, which you will never use in any application for sure. Table 1-1. Values of gridx and gridy for Cells in a Container With LEFT_TO_RIGHT Orientation gridx=0, gridy=0 gridx=1, gridy=0 gridx=2, gridy=0 gridx=0, gridy=1 gridx=1, gridy=1 gridx=2, gridy=1 gridx=0, gridy=2 gridx=1, gridy=2 gridx=2, gridy=2 Table 1-2. Values of gridx and gridy for Cells in a Container with RIGHT_TO_LEFT Orientation gridx=2, gridy=0 gridx=1, gridy=0 gridx=0, gridy=0 gridx=2, gridy=1 gridx=1, gridy=1 gridx=0, gridy=1 gridx=2, gridy=2 gridx=1, gridy=2 gridx=0, gridy=2 Setting the gridx and gridy properties of a component is easy.
Add(b3, gbc); Case #4 This is the last of the four possibilities in which you specify both gridx and gridy as RELATIVE. The layout manager has to determine the row number as well as the column number for the component being added. It will determine the row number first. The row for the component will be the current row. Which row is the current row? By default, the first row (gridy = 0) is the current row. When you add a component, you can also specify its gridwidth constraint. One of its values is REMAINDER, which means that this is the last component in the row.
Its gridx is RELATIVE and since the first column is available in the second row, it is placed in the first column. Example 2: The following snippet of code lays out the buttons as shown in Figure 1-31. Note that the b1 button is placed in the center of its available space, which is the default behavior. You can customize the placement of a component inside its allocated space using the anchor property that I will discuss shortly. Figure 1-31. add(b3, gbc); You specified gridx = 0 and gridy = 0 for b1.