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  • Title Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) Programming in Java
  • Author(s) Chua Hock Chuan
  • Publisher: Nanyang Technological University
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  • Language: English
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Book Description

This introductory book shows you how you can reuse the graphics classes provided in JDK for constructing your own Graphical User Interface (GUI) applications. Writing your own graphics classes (and re-inventing the wheels) is mission impossible! These graphics classes, developed by expert programmers, are highly complex and involve many advanced design patterns. However, re-using them are not so difficult, if you follow the API documentation, samples and templates provided.

About the Authors
  • Chua Hock Chuan is currently an associate professor in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University.
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