Swing for Jython
Graphical Jython UI and Scripts Development using Java Swing and WebSphere Application Server


Language: Anglais
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This book shows you how to use Swing to add a GUI to your Jython scripts, with an emphasis on the WebSphere Application Server wsadmin utility. In fact, we're going to teach you Swing using Jython, and we're going to do it in a way that, hopefully, that makes your scripts easier for people to use, more robust, more understandable, and therefore easier to maintain.
- 1. Components and Containers
- 2. Interactive Sessions vs. Scripts
- 3. Building a Simple Global Security Application
- 4. Button up! Using Buttonsand Labels
- 5. Picking a Layout Manager Can Be A Pane
- 6. Using text input fields
- 7. Other Input Components
- 8. Selectable Input Components
- 9. Lists
- 10. Menus
- 11. Using Trees to Show the Forest
- 12. Motion to Take from the Table
- 13. Keystrokes, Actions and Bindings
- 14. Event of The Year (Events Handling)
- 15. Nuts to Soup
- 16. Conversing with a User with Dialog Boxes
- 17. Specialized Dialog Boxes
- 18. Monitoring and Indicating Progress
- 19. Internal Frames
- 20. Graphical Help Application
- 21. A Security Configuration Report Application
- 22. WASports - A WebSphere Port Application
Robert A. Gibson is an Advisory Software Engineer with decades of experience in numerous software-related roles at IBM, including Architect, Developer, Tester, Instructor, and Technical Support.