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Swing Books

This section contains a short overview of popular books on Swing and Java GUI related topics. For more information and reviews, click on a book image. If you have read any of these books and would like to leave a comment, please do so as a footnote (check syntax for a descriptions how to make footnotes). To add a new book to this page, please contact info@swingwiki.org.

This section is split into 5 pages for faster access: Expert, References/Advanced, Introductory,Related APIs, Algorithms/Game programming.

Expert

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Swing Hacks by Joshua Marinacci, Chris Adamson, published 2005. Contains 100 tips and tricks for advanced Swing usage.

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Java Look and Feel Design Guidelines: Advanced Topics. This book was published in 2002, and contains 200 pages of User interface design hints, including best practices for windows, menus and application behaviour

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Desktop Java Live by Scott Delap is a recent book (published 2005), describing many advanced features such as threading, layout, data binding, and validation

 

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