Graphic Java 2, Volume 1, AWT (Anglais) Broché – 21 septembre 1998
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Graphic Java 1.2 is the most comprehensive guide to the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) available. Three volumes cover all aspects of the JFC providing Java developers with the skills needed to build professional, cross platform applications that take full advantage of the Java Foundation Classes.
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Graphic Java 2 is the most comprehensive guide to the Java Foundation Classes (JFC) available. Three volumes cover all aspects of the JFC providing java developers with the skills needed to build professional, cross platform applications that take full advantage of the Java Foundation Classes.
The AWT is the cornerstone of the Java Foundation Classes. Volume 1 provides detailed descriptions of every aspect of the AWT, including:
- Event Handling
- Layout Managers
- Graphics, Colors & Fonts
- Image Manipulation
- Lightweight Components
- Data Transfer & Drag and Drop
- Double Buffering
- Sprite Animation
Java expert David Geary provides clear and in-depth explanations of both fundamental and advanced AWT concepts. The layout manager chapter, for example, is over 100 pages long and includes what readers have called the best explanation of GridBagLayout on the planet. A GridBagLab application on the CD lets you explore GridBagLayout on your own.
The accompanying CD-ROM includes all of the example code from the book, ready to run on Solaris(tm), Windows 95, Windows NT, and Macintosh along with the JDK(tm) for those platforms.
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E.g. Layout Manager, Painting. Since Swing is based on AWT and not a replacement for AWT. Even though this a very old edition and nobody uses AWT components directly, it is necessary.
Although it is perfectly feasible to get by in Java using just the information available in the Core Java series, there is a wealth of extra knowledge avaible in this book regarding the AWT. I've found that the extra information on Layout Managers alone has made the book worth its price for me. If your interest is in development or maintenance of AWT components then I'd recommend this as an essential reference book.
The only thing (admittedly minor) I could critisize about the book is the use of Booch notation rather than UML. It shows that the book is overdue for a second edition.