javax.swing.JInternalFame - Internal Frame Class

This section describes javax.swing.JInternalFame - Internal Frame Class, representing a UI internal frame inside a regular frame.

javax.swing.JInternalFrame - A Swing class representing a UI internal frame inside a regular frame. An internal frame supports almost all the features a regular frame does. Adding an internal frame to a regular frame should be done by adding the internal frame to a desktop pane first, then using the desktop pane as the content pane of the regular frame. Interesting methods of JInternalFrame include:

javax.swing.JDesktopPane - A Swing class representing a container to host internal frames.

javax.swing.event.InternalFrameListener - A Swing interface for the implementing class to handle internal frame events. Methods include:

Table of Contents

 About This Book

 JDK (Java Development Kit)

 Introduction of Java Swing Package

 Graphics Environment of the Local System

 JFrame - Main Frame Class

 JLabel - Swing Label Class

 JButton - Swing Button Class

 JCheckBox - Swing Check Box Class

 JRadioButton - Swing Radio Button Class

 JTextField - Swing Text Field Class

 JComboBox - Swing Combo Box Class

 Menu Bar, Menus, Menu Items and Listeners

Creating Internal Frames inside the Main Frame

javax.swing.JInternalFame - Internal Frame Class - Internal Frame Class Test

 javax.swing.InternalFrameListener - Internal Frame Listener Interface

 Layout of Components in a Container

 LookAndFeel and UIManager

 Option Dialog Boxes

 JEditorPane - The Editor Pane Class

 SwingWorker - The Background Task Worker

 AWT (Abstract Windows Toolkit)

 Integration with Desktop System

 Archived Tutorials


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