No, this isn't another post about JavaFX (though, for those who are interested, version 1.0 of the JavaFX SDK is coming soon, hooray !). I'm talking about Java itself -- real, live, Java SE. After all, wasn't the initial promise of...
Sun is pushing hard for renewal on the client-side with Java SE 6u10, JavaFX Script, and JMC. Are applets ready for a comeback, too? Chet Haase, Cay Horstmann, John Zukowski, Ted Neward, Romain Guy, Jim Weaver, and Danny Coward share...
Sometimes a standard HTML view on your J2EE-based (Java 2 Platform,
Enterprise Edition) system doesn't offer a sophisticated enough
user interface (UI). Based on the pattern described here, you can
enhance such a Web interface with...
In Parts 1 through 4 of this series on Java security, Raghavan N.
Srinivas discussed network and Java security concepts; Part 3 took
a detailed look at applet security and optional packages. In this
article, Raghavan introduces J2SE...
'Building user interfaces for object-oriented systems, Part 1,' by Allen Holubhttp://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-07-1999/jw-07-toolbox.htmlReader disagrees with single-view-into-object theoryAllen,Very interesting article, indeed.
Tired of waiting for your favorite browser vendor to release a new
browser that supports the latest version of Java? The good news is
you no longer need to wait! Java Plug-in technology bypasses the
vendor and makes it possible for...
This second article in a two-part series demonstrates how to add
event handling and networking to the newly resurfaced Swing Forum
client. Michael begins by examining the JTree
component, which facilitates user interaction in the...
JDK 1.2 is already in its fourth beta release, gathering steam for
its full release sometime this fall. One of its key features is the
now fully integrated JFC, which, with its Swing GUI library, will
revolutionize Java GUI design and
Note: The background portion of the poll originally indicated that Java Plug-in does not support non-Win32 computers when, in fact, it works with Win32, Solaris, and Linux computers. JavaWorld regrets the error.