Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines: Advanced Topics
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional 2001
Number of pages: 200
Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines, from Sun Microsystems, provides programmers with the requirements for creating user interfaces using the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). This handsomely printed book uses rich color on every page while demonstrating how you can create Java programs that will look great on any computer.
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