SmartJSwing - Java custom Swing Component
Details - Custom Swing components
Calendar - it has both date and time editing controls. User can select a
date as well as a time of a day using its easy to use UI controls. You can
dynamically change the controls current value by using its setters at run time.
Allows you to query the date and time in milliseconds as well as you can pick
the parts of the milliseconds, e.g. getDay(), getYear(), getHour() etc.
Time - an independent time entry control (also used as part of
the Calendar control discussed above) that allows user to edit time from its hour,
minute, second, and AM/PM fields. A single spin control allows you to change
the fields values. You can eiter use the spin control to change the values
or directly edit the value in each field. All fields are validated so that
no invalid values can be entered. You can programatically change the controls
value like you do for the above mentioned calendar component.
IP Address - allows you to edit IP address using this control. It shows
a control similar to the IP address editing control used in Microsoft Windows
platform. The IP address control has its won model that allows you to
dynamically update the controls value and to query the segment values.
Print Dialog - A custom print dialog serves as typical printing
input dialog. Once user clicked OK you may query the dialog for user input. You
can enable/disable one or more fields in the dialog or make them invisible
before showing the dialog.
Page Dialog - A custom page dialog to le use select a p Java
page format. This is used for showing a paper selection for users without
the printer options. A lot of time paper selection is only required. Once
the user clicked on Ok button you can query the dialog for user input.
NOTE: An email will be sent to you for each download with an
instruction about how to use the downloaded software.
All SmartJSwing components are under single archive.
Learn more about the SmartJCommon API
used in this product.
Unzip the downloaded archive in a local folder. Archive contains few windows batch (.bat)
files one for each widget. Run each and see how they look like. Copy the existing Java
source demo code in the "src" directory of the downloaded archive.