Java Swing GUI Programming From Beginner to Expert

Learn how to create desktop and Internet GUI Java programs and take your Java programming to the next level.
Java Swing GUI Programming From Beginner to Expert
File Size :
7.88 GB
Total length :
14h 13m

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John Purcell

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Last updated 8/2015

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4.6/5

Java Swing GUI Programming From Beginner to Expert

What you’ll learn

Learn how to write GUI (graphical user interface) applications in Java
Understand the Java Swing framework
Discover how to create database applications

Java Swing GUI Programming From Beginner to Expert

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Description

This course teaches you how to create desktop and web-based applications using Java Swing, Java’s built-in user interface toolkit. Each tutorial is fairly self-contained; but we’ll also build two complete applications step by step along the way, so you can choose either to work through the whole course or to dip in and out. Among other things we’ll look at nearly all Swing widgets, we’ll take a look at JDBC for database access, the graphics API, model-view-controller (MVC) architecture, serialization for saving data, the listener-event model and even basic animation. When you finish the course, you’ll be an advanced Swing developer, capable of creating complex and scalable Swing GUI applications.

Overview

Section 1: Desktop Applications

Lecture 1 Introduction: About the Course, Plus Some Useful Resources

Lecture 2 Creating a Basic Swing Application

Lecture 3 Adding Components: Layouts, Buttons and Text Areas

Lecture 4 Responding to Button Clicks

Lecture 5 Custom Components

Lecture 6 Simple Toolbars

Lecture 7 Communication Between Components

Lecture 8 Listeners and Events: Using Interfaces to Cleanly Separate Components

Lecture 9 Setting Component Sizes

Lecture 10 Setting Borders

Lecture 11 Text Fields and Labels

Lecture 12 Laying Out Controls with GridBagLayout

Lecture 13 Custom Events and Form Submission

Lecture 14 List Boxes

Lecture 15 Working With List Box Data

Lecture 16 Combo Boxes

Lecture 17 Checkboxes

Lecture 18 Radio Buttons

Lecture 19 Menus

Lecture 20 Using Checkboxes in Menus

Lecture 21 Mnemonics and Accelerators

Lecture 22 Message Boxes

Lecture 23 Open/Save File Dialogs

Lecture 24 Filtering File Choosers

Lecture 25 Model-View-Controller: Creating a Data Model

Lecture 26 Model-View-Controller: Creating a Controller

Lecture 27 Creating Tables

Lecture 28 Serialization: Saving Objects to Files

Lecture 29 Popup Menus

Lecture 30 Selecting Rows in Tables

Lecture 31 Deleting Rows in Tables

Lecture 32 Dialogs

Lecture 33 Spinners: Specialised Controls for Entering Numbers

Lecture 34 Password Fields

Lecture 35 Saving Program Data: Preferences

Lecture 36 Arranging and Designing Dialogs and Forms

Lecture 37 JDBC: Connecting to a SQL Database

Lecture 38 JDBC: Retrieving Values from Databases

Lecture 39 JDBC: Saving to a Database

Lecture 40 JDBC: Updating Databases

Lecture 41 JDBC: Loading Data from Databases

Lecture 42 Wiring in the Database Code: Bringing It All Together

Lecture 43 Intercepting the Window Closing Event

Lecture 44 Using Images and Icons

Lecture 45 Draggable Toolbars: Using the JToolbar class

Lecture 46 Split Panes: Creating Resizeable Separate Areas

Lecture 47 Tabs: Using Tabbed Panes

Lecture 48 Tree Views Using JTree

Lecture 49 Tree Selection Events

Lecture 50 Associating Data With Tree Nodes

Lecture 51 Tree Node Icons

Lecture 52 Custom Tree Cell Renderers: Using Checkboxes in Trees

Lecture 53 Custom Tree Cell Editors: Editing Tree Nodes Using Checkboxes

Lecture 54 Detecting Tree Node Editor Changes

Lecture 55 A Simulated Message Server

Lecture 56 Multithreading in Swing: The SwingWorker class

Lecture 57 Modal Dialogs

Lecture 58 Progress Bars

Lecture 59 Distributing Your Application: Runnable Jars

Lecture 60 Adding Text to Progress Bars

Lecture 61 Cancelling SwingWorker Threads

Lecture 62 Setting the Cursor

Lecture 63 Multiple Nested Split Panes

Lecture 64 Responding to Tab Selections

Lecture 65 Custom List Renderers

Lecture 66 Responding to List Selections

Lecture 67 Changing the Font Using Logical Fonts

Lecture 68 Loading Font Files

Lecture 69 Configuring the Database Connection

Lecture 70 Editable Tables

Lecture 71 Using Checkboxes in Table Cells

Lecture 72 Custom Table Cell Renderers

Lecture 73 Using Custom Editors in Table Cells

Section 2: Applets and Animation

Lecture 74 About Applets and the Following Section

Lecture 75 Applets: Creating a Simple Swing Program that Runs in a Webpage

Lecture 76 Drawing Custom Components

Lecture 77 Drawing Shapes: Exploring the Graphics API

Lecture 78 Deploying Applets

Lecture 79 Timers: Using the Swing Timer Class

Lecture 80 Basic Animation

Lecture 81 Smoothing Your Animations With Double Buffering

Lecture 82 Mouse Listeners

Lecture 83 Hiding the Cursor

Lecture 84 Key Listeners

Lecture 85 Detecting Component Resizing

Lecture 86 Using Visual Designers: The Free Window Builder Pro Plugin

Lecture 87 CardLayout: Switching Between Completely Different Views

Lecture 88 Detecting Collisions Between Shapes

Lecture 89 Turning an Applet into a Desktop App

Section 3: Appendix

Lecture 90 Setting the Look and Feel

Lecture 91 Source Code – Complete Projects

Lecture 92 Projects — The Source Code Projects You See in the Tutorials

Lecture 93 “Swing Test” Database

Java beginners who are OK with learning new stuff rapidly,Fluent Java programmers who want to learn desktop programming in Java

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 14h 13m | 7.88 GB
Created by: John Purcell

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