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  1. Performance issues related to Look and Feel of GUI

    by , 11-19-2011 at 07:15 PM (My Java Tips)
    When you use Java Swing or Java Foundation Classes (JFC) for your GUI application development the look and feel of GUI application is not the same as the look and feel of your operating system as JFC or Java Swing has its own built in look and feel. Although, if you want you can achieve the same look and feel as of your operating system's by using Java's Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT), the AWT toolkit is unable to meet advanced GUI programming requirement.

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  2. Introduction to Standard Widget Toolkit

    by , 11-10-2011 at 07:18 PM (My Java Tips)
    AWT (the Abstract Windowing Toolkit) was the first Java GUI toolkit, introduced with JDK 1.0 as one component of the Sun Microsystems Java standard. The relatively primitive AWT wrapped Java code around native (operating system-supplied) objects to create GUI elements, such as menus, windows and buttons. AWT was a very thin wrapper around native widgets, exposing developers to platform specific code, quirks and bugs that limited how portable and native-looking applications could be across different ...