Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines, 2nd Edition
by Sun Microsystems Inc.
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional 2001
Number of pages: 416
Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines, Second Edition, provides essential information for anyone involved in creating cross-platform GUI (graphical user interface) applications and applets in the Java programming language. In particular, this book offers design guidelines for software that uses the Swing classes together with the Java look and feel. The guidelines provided in this book are appropriate for GUI applications and applets that run on personal computers and network computers.
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