August Books

Swing Hacks: Tips & Tools for Building Killer GUI’s (
by Joshua Marinacci & Chris Adamson

I only read the 2 first hacks till now, but I’m allreay making some experiences! 😛 I was very curious about this book. More about it later!

Swing Hacks helps Java developers move beyond the basics of Swing, the graphical user interface (GUI) standard since Java 2. If you’re a Java developer looking to build enterprise applications with a first-class look and feel, Swing is definitely one skill you need to master. This latest title from O’Reilly is a reference to the cool stuff in Swing. It’s about the interesting things you learn over the years–creative, original, even weird hacks–the things that make you say, “I didn’t know you could even do that with Swing!” (…)

Swing Second Edition (
by Matthew Robinson & Pavel Vorobiev

Well, if I want to know Swing I need a Swing bible. 🙂

Written for the experienced Java developer, Swing provides an in-depth guide to getting the most out of Sun’s Swing/JFC user interface classes. Mixing real-world code examples and expert advice on advanced features, this book shows how to make use of this powerful library effectively within your own projects. (…)

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