- Tapa blanda: 590 páginas
- Editor: McGraw-Hill Education; Edición: 1st ed. (8 de septiembre de 2006)
- Colección: Beginner's Guide
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 9780072263145
- ISBN-13: 978-0072263145
- ASIN: 0072263148
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From the world’s bestselling programmingauthor
Using the practicalpedagogy that has made his other Beginner’sGuides so successful, Herb Schildt provides new Swingprogrammers with a completely integrated learningpackage. Perfect for the classroom or self-study, Swing:A Beginner’s Guide delivers the appropriate mix of theoryand practical coding. You will be programmingas early as Chapter 1.
Essential Skills -- Made Easy!
Learn to program with Swing -- the framework that defines the look and feel of the modern Java graphical user interface. In this fast-paced guide, master programmer and bestselling author Herbert Schildt shows you how to develop sophisticated user interfaces with Swing. The book begins by describing Swing's architecture, design philosophy, and core concepts. It then examines the Swing component set, which includes buttons, check boxes, lists, trees, tables, menus, scroll bars, spinners, and scroll panes, to name just a few. You'll learn the fundamentals of each component and the techniques needed to use it and then see examples that demonstrate the component in action. By the time you finish this hands-on guide, you will be able to start creating your own professional-looking Swing-based applications.
Designed for Easy Learning:
- MODULES -- Each concept is divided into logically organized modules (chapters), ideal for self-paced learning
- CRITICAL SKILLS -- Each module opens with the specific skills covered in the module
- MASTERY CHECKS -- End-of-module reviews test knowledge using short-answer and fill-in-the-blank questions
- ASK THE EXPERTS -- Q&A sections throughout are filled with bonus information and helpful tips
- PROGRESS CHECKS -- Quick self-assessment sections check your progress
- PROJECTS -- Practical exercises show you how to apply the critical skills learned in each module
- ANNOTATED SYNTAX -- Example code annotated with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustrated
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This book is incredible and offers valuable breakdown to fully understanding and exploiting Swing. Its accessible to beginners and advanced developers alike, and offers incredible knowledge to both.
I've tried The Definitive Guide to Java Swing, and Core Java Fundamentals (although I didn't spend much time going through it), and this book is hands down the best.
Each sample program, and project program are supposed to be working examples, and so far, they all are. There's a lot of repetitive code, but that code is essential to all Java programs.
I've had some fun with the sample programs. I rewrote the Coder program to make a start of a one-time pad encrypter, and dencrypter.
I'm taking one star off because he calls out several icons to use, but they aren't on my system, and I can't even find them on the internet. (I have the version 7 JDK.) He only uses .gif files, and doesn't mention that Java doesn't recognize the .ico file format, at least he doesn't tell you how to make Java recognize them.
The problem with the book is too much words. The author talks too much about useless stuff and doesn't show how to do things, which makes you really confused.
I believe that the only way to learn API's and libraries is practice and not theory, the author clearly failed to deliver such type of teaching in this book.
Just go here : http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/index.html and learn from this website. The author himself learned all this stuff from tutorials in the first place.
This is a really well done, easy to understand primer on Swing.
My only criticism is that there should be more on getting control of LayoutManagers which are one of the most frustrating aspects of Swing. There's definitely not enough coverage on this, though the best way is to figure it out is to experiment, really.
Other than that regarding the coverage of Swing components, this is five stars for sure.