One of the reasons for the success of the Eclipse platform is the performance of its user interface compared to other Java applications. The SWT is a key contributor to that success. SWT allows you to build cross-platform user interfaces that are as rich as Swing UIs and that perform as well as native UIs, but the toolkit does have a drawback: SWT is not compatible with AWT and Swing. This tutorial, offers comprehensive, hands-on guide to porting a Swing application to SWT using extensive code samples to illustrate the techniques.
Posted by dntran on Thursday, June 10, 2004 (00:00:00) (2870 reads)
Design service-oriented architecture framework with J2EE technology
The loose coupling and interoperability inherent in a service-oriented architecture (SOA) make it a natural choice for the many enterprise applications. In this article, you'll see how the Web services features available in J2EE 1.4 make it easy to build SOA systems that provide access to the business processes that you already have.