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GUI-state models

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by , 04-26-2012 at 07:36 PM (862 Views)
GUI state models are considered as those interfaces that are involved in defining the GUI controlís visual status. Like a button is armed or pressed, or which items in a list shall be chosen. Typically, GUI state models are just relevant in GUI context. It is also useful for development of programs by using separation of GUI state mode, specially when multiple controls of GUI have been associated with one common state. Or, when one controlís manipulation will be changing the anotherís value automatically. GUI state models use is not needed by Swing. Manipulation og the GUI control state is possible via top leveled methods at component, with no direct model interaction. In table given below, GUI State models present in Swing have been highlighted blue.

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