Introducing CookSwing: XML to GUI toolkit

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  1. asdf

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    [Removed invalid group comp.lang.java - moderator]

    Please don't flame me for posting it to 4 java groups :p

    Introducing CookSwing: XML to GUI toolkit

    BSD License with complete source code.

    The web site:
    http://cookxml.sourceforge.net/cookswing/
    A comprehensive java web start demo:
    http://cookxml.sourceforge.net/cookswing/cookswingdemo.jnlp

    There are references (albeit not comprehensive), tutorials and java
    web start demos.

    Features:

    1. All Swing components can be configured. This is including but not
    limited to JFrame, JDialog, JScrollPane, JTable, JList, JComboBox, etc.

    2. Support various layouts: BorderLayout, BoxLayout, FlowLayout,
    GridBagLayout, GridLayout, SpringLayout, etc.

    3. Support attaching AWT listeners (ActionListener, etc), Swing
    listeners (ChangeListener, etc) and Bean listeners
    (PropertyChangeListener, etc) to any components/models that support
    them.

    4. Simple custom tags extensions. In fact, you can view the CookSwing
    tag library as an extension to CookXml, the XML decoding engine behind
    CookSwing.

    5. Locale and resource bundle support.

    Suggestions and improvements are welcome.
     
    asdf, Aug 18, 2004
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