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a good book on swing

 
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Hello,

Can anyone please recommend a good book for learning swing quickly?

Thanks
Barkat
 
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The O'Reilly and Manning books are both good.
 
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More specifically, I have Java Swing, first edition from Oreilly. The second edition is the latest one and I do recommend that book. I used to refer to this book a lot, when I was in college. The second edition would be good as well, I guess.

Here is the link to the book home page.
 
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How is this tittle?

The Definitive Guide To Java Swing (Definitive Guide)
by John Zukowski

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