Jscrollpane not updating
Jscrollpane not updating
Of course I tried to make a lot of convenience improvements with this update everywhere I could, but its scope is still huge and I possibly missed a few spots here and there and I can’t really replace all the legacy in just one update even though it took quite a while.So before the release hits and you will have a lot of questions to ask about various changes and new things introduced in Web La F v1.29, I was looking for one more way to communicate to ensure that you can get help in shortest possible time.
With the introduction of components in JDK 1.1 (a "lightweight" component is one that reuses the native window of its closest heavyweight ancestor), the AWT needed to implement the paint processing for lightweight components in the shared Java code.
When clients connect, a new thread is * started to handle an interactive dialog in which the client * sends in a string and the server thread sends back the * capitalized version of the string.
Socket; /** * A server program which accepts requests from clients to * capitalize strings.
JOption Pane; /** * Trivial client for the date server. If you ran it from a console window with the "java" * interpreter, Ctrl C generally will shut it down.
* * The program is runs in an infinite loop, so shutdown in platform * dependent.
We will see that we can write these programs without any knowledge of the technologies under the hood (which include operating system resources, routing between networks, address lookup, physical transmission media, etc.) Each of these applications use the package cs.networking; import
When a client connects, it * sends the client the current date and time, then closes the * connection with that client. */ public class Date Client package cs.networking; import */ public class Capitalize Server package cs.networking; import event.
This article explains the AWT and Swing paint mechanisms in detail.
Its purpose is to help developers write correct and efficient GUI painting code.
- Interaction Between MVC Components - Modifying the MVC Design - Using the Modified MVC - Issues With Application Design - Common Swing Component Listeners - Conclusion - For More Information If you've programmed with graphical user interface (GUI) libraries in the past 10 years or so, you have likely come across the model-view-controller (MVC) design.
MVC was first introduced by Trygve Reenskaug, a Smalltalk developer at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center in 1979, and helps to decouple data access and business logic from the manner in which it is displayed to the user.
Consequently, there are subtle differences in how painting works for heavyweight and lightweight components.