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From Belinda Garcia <Belinda.Gar...@central.sun.com>
Subject Re: Swing Book
Date Mon, 11 Dec 2000 15:47:15 GMT
The Java Swing Tutorial by Mary Campione and others (the Sun Java tech writers) 
is the best book out there and covers every topic in depth with great examples 
and very well written and easy to understand and well organized. 

Belinda

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> > Eric.
> 
> > It's maybe out of topic, but I think people writing the AWTRenderer can help
> > me. I'm looking for a good book on Swing, that goes really deep inside the
> > engine (how to write JComponent, ComponentUI, display managers, look and
> > feel, etc...).
> > A french book would be better, but English is wellcomed.
> 
> The last time I compared books on this topic O'Reilly seemed the 
> best to me (by Eckstein, Loy, Wood)
> 
> Fotis


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