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Scott Delap

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Client / Server application developer. Links(5) - GMail API, Eclipse/SWT Examples, Lightweight Visual Components Posted: Sep 21, 2004 8:18 AM
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A Collection of JVM Options
This document is a compilation of all the JVM options for various versions of the JVM on primarily SPARC/Solaris Platform. The descriptions for each option are taken mostly verbatim from the reference documents.

Good site for Eclipse UI Programming
This site has tons of illustrations and examples on UI programming on the Eclipse platform. It also has a very well illustrated example of creating an RCP application.

g4j - GMail API for Java
GMailer API for Java (g4j) is set of API that allows Java programmer to communicate to GMail. With G4J programmers can made Java based application that based on huge storage of GMail.

An Email application, GMailer for Java is also built to demonstrate the usage of the API. It is planned to include minimalist email capabilities such as browse, search, read, send mail and download attachment.

Tutorial: Deployment of client side Java or Eclipse/SWT Applications on Windows
When building a client side Java application, with whatever GUI Framework happens to be your favourite one (AWT, Swing, SWT - just to name the obvious triplet), at some point you really have got to ask yourself what would be the best way to distribute your app, without causing the end-user too much pain...

LwVCL 4.20 - Lightweight Visual Components
LwVCL is powerful, small (J2SE LwVCL core is ~ 155 Kb in JAR), fast, thrifty to system resources, visual components framework that provides rich set of customizable, flexible user interface components including Popup Menu, Splitter and Border Panels, Text Area, Combo Box, Notebook, Grid, Tree Grid, Tree, Masked Input, List, Spin, Scroll and many others (the full list contains ~ 30 UI components).

Forget about the Microsoft vs. Sun war. LwVCL provides the same solution for both - Java and .NET! It means the same API, the same components set, the same functionality, and at last the same look and feel.

Read: Links(5) - GMail API, Eclipse/SWT Examples, Lightweight Visual Components

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