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I been a java programmer for 10 years , but i need a good swing book to learn swing , can anyone recommend a good swing book, to teach my self some basic swing skils

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I have the big bible-thick OReilly book on Swing which is pretty good...but I actually use the sun tutorials more than anything else. I'm also not the biggest Swing jedi on earth, though...also check out JGoodies
 
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Check out Herb Schildt's Swing: A Beginner's Guide. It's highly readable and to the point.
 
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