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Swing Sightings Volume 23
March 16th, 2006
One of the most exciting kinds of e-mail that the Swing/JFC team receive is a product announcement for a new Java TM application that features a Swing GUI. A close runner-up is the URL for a new game or a compelling never-before-seen applet.
Over the years we've collected many links to this information. In fact, if you walked down the hallways here you would see the walls plastered with hundreds of screenshots from applications developed outside of Sun. Therefore, we have decided to launch a Swing Connection feature to share this bounty. Don't expect a comprehensive survey; these are applications that we bumped into or that found us.
This feature is called "Swing Sightings" and here are several new applications we've happened upon recently. Previous Swing Sightings are available in the numbered web pages listed below. These applications don't come with our special seal of approval (we don't have one) and, although we may have tried some of them out, we don't claim to have really tested any of them. They're here because, based on the descriptions and the screenshots on their web sites, they look like good examples of what is possible with Swing.
The button indicates that you can launch the application via Java Web Start by simply by clicking on the the button.
If you know of an application that should be considered for this Swing Connection feature, we'd love to hear about it.