Jackwind Li Guojie's Professional Java Native Interfaces with SWT/JFace PDF


By Jackwind Li Guojie

ISBN-10: 0470012897

ISBN-13: 9780470012895

ISBN-10: 0470094591

ISBN-13: 9780470094594

Expert Java local Interfaces takes a solutions-based process in displaying how SWT/JFace works, discussing each one universal part, delivering valuable, sensible principles, guidance and methods to make the Java builders' paintings more uncomplicated. the writer offers suitable and well timed examples, either stand-alone purposes and smaller code snippets that readers can comprise into their very own code.To offer a very real-world caliber, the writer builds an email/ftp shopper pattern software to teach readers the right way to mix every little thing right into a presentable Java local UI software.

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JFace is used heavily in Eclipse workbench UI. " You need to add them to your classpath also. 4. Click OK to save your classpath setting and close the Properties dialog. In addition to Eclipse, you can develop SWT/JFace-based programs on other IDEs. 46 Chapter 3: Jump Start with SWT/JFace Chapter 3: Jump Start with SWT/JFace 47 Configure JBuilder Setting up the classpath in JBuilder is very similar to doing it in Eclipse: 1. Create a project if you do not have one yet. 0) and select File→New Project from the menu.

JFace Viewers A viewer in JFace is an MVC-based adapter on an SWT widget. A viewer plays the controller role in the MVC paradigm. A viewer's model is comprised of elements, represented by objects. By using a well-defined 42 Chapter 2: SWT/JFace Mechanisms Chapter 2: SWT/JFace Mechanisms 43 generic infrastructure, a viewer is capable of handling model input, updates, and selection in terms of elements. The view in the MVC is the SWT widget wrapped by a viewer. The model elements are not displayed directly, and they are mapped to labels containing text and/or an image using the viewer's label provider (ILabelProvider).

2. Add SWT/JFace JAR files to the classpath of the project. The JAR files required are given in the last section. Right-click the project, and select Properties from the menu. On the tree in the left panel, select Paths. Select the Required Libraries tab at the bottom of the Paths panel. Click the Add button and a dialog pops up. Click New to create a new library set. In the new library wizard, specify the name for the library, such as SWT-JFace, and then click Add to add each of the JAR files required.

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