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I have heard that there is a new default look and feel for Java 1.5. Does this come increased Swing performance as well? Does the book touch on any changes to the Swing API?
 
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I can't attest to its performance, but I can say I like the new Look and Feel packaged with Tiger...
 
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Are there many new Swing classes in 1.5? I have been interested in Swing and gradually learning API. I am a DBA/Application Developer and I am interested in learning more about Swing database application development.
 
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I tried NetBeans 3.6 today with Tiger and I saw major imporvements in both responsivesness and I like the new look and feel.

Do I give credit to NetBeans, Tiger, or both?
 
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