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Good "SWING" Book (s) ???

 
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Can anybody recommend a good book on SWING ???
 
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My favourite swing book is "Definitive Guide to Swing for Java 2" from John Zukowski...
Here's a similar request in this forum: http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum2/HTML/002727.html
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Java Swing from O'Reilly publishers and Core JFC from Prentice Hall Press are very good books. Java Swing is more of an advance reference whereas Core JFC is a learn by examples book.
 
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I believe the Swing Bible is "Swing" published by manning.
 
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Sun Microsystems Press's Swing book written by Gosling and others is best....

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I know that this doesn't answer your question, but me as a not very versatile gui-programmer found the Swing trail of the Java Tutorial downloadable from Sun more useful than expected.
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The author on Swing is David Geary. Zukowksi's good, but Geary's seen it all from the inside and he develops his examples with a great deal of forethought. Check out his book here.
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Actually, I just picked up the 3rd edition of Geary's book, Graphic Java 2 : Mastering the JFC Volume 2 - Swing over the Christmas holidays at a used book store (just $10!!! ). I'm currently reading through it and it looks great! Michael, if you haven't started working on that review yet, I would be happy to write one after I finish! (Though that might be awhile since the book is thick! )

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Hi pals,
I have lost the CD with the book referred earlier as Sun Microsystems Press's Graphic Java 2 : SWING which i think the best. I wanna know the URL to download the source codes of the books.
Can anyone refer the URL or mail me the source codes at --- azaman75@yahoo.com?
I'll b gr8ful!!
 
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