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Javu WingS

Javu WingS is a set of lightweight Java components providing most of the controls, needed for a typical application/applet. The component hierarchy of Javu WingS is similar to Swing, but the API is simplified and closer to AWT. Most of the components are derived from WingComponet which (like JComponent) is derived from java.awt.Componet Top level classes WingApplet, WingDialog, WingFrame and WingWindow are derived from appropriate AWT classes and contain WingRootPane (analogous to JRootPane). The components use typical AWT events, work with AWT layout managers, and can be used together with AWT and Swing components.

 
CategorySwing
LicenseGNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
HomePagehttp://programics.com/?page=wings





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