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[ANN] Support for JBuilder's dbSwing in the new version of JDatePicker

 
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January 8, 2007 Stand By Soft, Ltd. just released JDatePicker 4.3, a suite of professional date components for Swing. An important feature of this version is the support for JBuilder's dbSwing data binding framework. We now provide support for three major data binding frameworks: JGoodies, Oracle's JClient and JBuilder's dbSwing.

Here is a list with all the important changes:

� Added support for the JBuilder's dbSwing data binding framework.
� Improved the date editor to support month names too.
� JDatePicker is created faster (comparable to JComboBox).
� The JDatePicker calendar can now be configured using a Popup object.
� The JDatePicker class has fewer methods (reduced from 29 to 7).
� Other improvements and bug fixes.

This year, JDatePicker has been nominated for JDJ Readers Choice Award in the Best Java Component category. If you are a fan, please consider voting for as at http://jdj.sys-con.com/general/readerschoice.htm


For additional information or trial version, please visit http://www.jdatepicker.com .

Best regards,
The JDatePicker Team
 
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