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OpenSwing 2.3.4

an open-source suite of advanced graphics components based on Swing toolkit


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Total downloads: 813
  • Last Updated: Dec 5, 2010
  • License: Freeware Free
  • OS: Windows XP/2000/98/Me
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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OpenSwing is a Development software developed by SourceForge, Inc. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for OpenSwing:

OpenSwing is an open-source suite of advanced graphics components based on Swing toolkit: these components are more sophisticated of those provided with Swing and can be manipolated directly inside the UI designer of the IDE.
It is also a framework that provides data binding mechanism between components and data model, based on the MVC paradigm. Data model is based on Java Beans (POJOs) and it is supported in all OpenSwing components, such as Grid control or components container.

OpenSwing provides a complete solution (a framework and advanced swing components with data binding capabilities) to quickly and easily develop rich-client applications.

It is possibile to apply this framework to develop java Desktop Applications or Rich Internet Applications (three tiered applications based on Swing front-end + HTTP + java servlet + database).

In this release:
- added another constructor to LoginDialog, in order to manually set the window size; useful when using OpenSwing with no "system" Look and feels
- added "cleanUp" method to GridControl and Form panel, in order to clean up the row/form content in INSERT/EDIT modes
The distribution includes also Jar file libraries, source files, javadoc, licence and readme.txt installation instructions.
you can free download OpenSwing 2.3.4 now.


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