Swing

1.1 Introduction of JFC

JFC stands for Java Foundation Classes. JFC holds a group of features for making Graphical User Interfaces (GUI).
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1.2 Swing vs AWT

Swing contains All the features of AWT. Swing gives pluggable Look and Feel.
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1.3 Swing Class Hierarchy

JComponent class derived directly from Container, is the root class for most of UI component of Swing components
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1.4 JLabel

JLabel class use to add text and icon labels to a container.
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1.5 JTextField

JTextField class used to add single line text input to a container.
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1.6 JPassword

JPasswordField class used to add single line text input to a container, without displaying the entry.
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1.7 JTextArea

JTextArea class can be used to multiple line text output to a container.
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1.8 Jbutton

JButton class can be used to add interactive buttons to a container.
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1.9 JPanel

JPanel is a container which is used to hold the widgets.
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1.10 JSlider

JSlider gives user graphically select a value by sliding a button within a bounded interval.
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1.11 JList

JList class can be used to add a list of items with several visible rows to a container.
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1.12 JTable

JTable class use to create tables for a GUI based application.
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1.13 JTree

JTree implements the grahical tree structure and this structure to display the various nodes in hierarchical manner,each node represents the data.
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1.14 JComboBox

JComboBox class used to add a drop-down list of items to a container.
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1.15 JProgressBar

It indicate how much percentage of an executing process is completed or remaining.
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1.16 JColorChooser

JColorChooser class used to add interactive color choice to a container.
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1.17 JFileDialog

JFileChooser to make an open file dialog box and a save file dialog box.
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1.18 JToogleButton

JToggle button,when goes to the inward push state as long as the user has pressed the left mouse key and when he free the left mouse key,the button comes to its normal state.
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1.19 JMenuBar

JMenu can be nested within a menu to provide sub-menus. JMenuBar is placed on the top of MenuBar in the JFrame.
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1.20 JToolBar

JToolBar used to create a toolbar. It is a bar to which some component can be attached.
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1.21 Examples