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j1-2k7-mtH03: Substance Look and Feel

May 11, 2007








Substance look and feel aims to provide a configurable and customizable production-quality Java look and feel library for Swing applications. This mini-talk will show the following Substance features:

  • Using Substance in your Swing application
  • Using core themes, watermarks and skins
  • Writing your own theme, watermark and skin
  • Using animation API
  • Additional UI elements available under Substance
  • Substance plugin infrastructure and examples for SwingX, Flamingo and NetBeans

Slides of this presentation are available as a PDF file.

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Kirill Grouchnikov has been writing software since he was in junior high school, and after finishing his BSc in computer science, he happily continues doing it for a living. His main fields of interest are desktop applications, imaging algorithms, and advanced UI technologies.
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