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Graphic Java 1.2. Vol. 1, Mastering the Java foundation classes.

By: Geary, DavidMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Mountain View, Calif. : SunSoft. ; 1998. Edition: 3rd edISBN: 0130796662Subject(s): Java (Computer program language) | Internet programmingDDC classification: 005.71262
Contents:
Pt. 1. Introduction: The Java Foundation Classes, The AWT, Applets, and Applications. Ch. 1. Introduction. Ch. 2. Applets and Applications -- Pt. 2. Graphics and images. Ch. 3. Graphics. Ch. 4. Colors and Fonts. Ch. 5. Loading and Displaying Images. Ch. 6. Image Filtering. Ch. 7. Image Manipulation Without Filtering -- Pt. 3. Events and Layout Management. Ch. 8. Inheritance-Based Event Handling (AWT 1.02 and Before). Ch. 9. The Delegation Event Model (AWT 1.1 and Beyond). Ch. 10. Components, Containers, and Layout Managers -- Pt. 4. AWT Components. Ch. 11. The AWT Component Class. Ch. 12. Basic Components: Labels, Buttons, Canvases, and Panels. Ch. 13. Item Selectables: Checkboxes, Choices, and Lists. Ch. 14. Text Components. Ch. 15. Scrolling: Scrollbars and Scrollpanes. Ch. 16. Windows, Frames, and Dialogs. Ch. 17. Menus. Ch. 18. Mouseless Operation and Printing. Ch. 19. Lightweight Components -- Pt. 5. Advanced Topics. Ch. 20. Clipboard and Data Transfer. Ch. 21. Drag and Drop. Ch. 22. Custom Dialogs. Ch. 23. Rubberbanding. Ch. 24. Double Buffering. Ch. 25. Sprite Animation. App. A. AWT Class Diagrams -- App. B. The Graphic Java CD-ROM.
Summary: The AWT is the cornerstone of the Java Foundation Classes. Volume 1 provides detailed descriptions of every aspect of the 1.2 AWT, including: Event Handling; Layout Managers; Graphics, Colors & Fonts; Image Manipulation; Lightweight Components; Data Transfer & Drag and Drop; Double Buffering; and Sprite Animation. Java expert David Geary provides clear and in-depth explanations of both fundamental and advanced AWT Concepts. The accompanying CD-ROM includes all of the example code from the book, ready to run on Solaris, Windows 95, and Windows NT along with the JDK 1.2 beta for those platforms.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Pt. 1. Introduction: The Java Foundation Classes, The AWT, Applets, and Applications. Ch. 1. Introduction. Ch. 2. Applets and Applications -- Pt. 2. Graphics and images. Ch. 3. Graphics. Ch. 4. Colors and Fonts. Ch. 5. Loading and Displaying Images. Ch. 6. Image Filtering. Ch. 7. Image Manipulation Without Filtering -- Pt. 3. Events and Layout Management. Ch. 8. Inheritance-Based Event Handling (AWT 1.02 and Before). Ch. 9. The Delegation Event Model (AWT 1.1 and Beyond). Ch. 10. Components, Containers, and Layout Managers -- Pt. 4. AWT Components. Ch. 11. The AWT Component Class. Ch. 12. Basic Components: Labels, Buttons, Canvases, and Panels. Ch. 13. Item Selectables: Checkboxes, Choices, and Lists. Ch. 14. Text Components. Ch. 15. Scrolling: Scrollbars and Scrollpanes. Ch. 16. Windows, Frames, and Dialogs. Ch. 17. Menus. Ch. 18. Mouseless Operation and Printing. Ch. 19. Lightweight Components -- Pt. 5. Advanced Topics. Ch. 20. Clipboard and Data Transfer. Ch. 21. Drag and Drop. Ch. 22. Custom Dialogs. Ch. 23. Rubberbanding. Ch. 24. Double Buffering. Ch. 25. Sprite Animation. App. A. AWT Class Diagrams -- App. B. The Graphic Java CD-ROM.

The AWT is the cornerstone of the Java Foundation Classes. Volume 1 provides detailed descriptions of every aspect of the 1.2 AWT, including: Event Handling; Layout Managers; Graphics, Colors & Fonts; Image Manipulation; Lightweight Components; Data Transfer & Drag and Drop; Double Buffering; and Sprite Animation. Java expert David Geary provides clear and in-depth explanations of both fundamental and advanced AWT Concepts. The accompanying CD-ROM includes all of the example code from the book, ready to run on Solaris, Windows 95, and Windows NT along with the JDK 1.2 beta for those platforms.

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