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Items with the same ActionListener

With this tutorial we are going to show you how to create several items with the same ActionListener. This is very useful when you want a number of components to behave in the same way under the occurrence of certain events. It’s very easy to add this kind of functionality in your Application. You simply: Create the items you want ...

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PopupMenuListener example

With this tutorial we shall show you how use PopupMenuListener interface in Java. You can use this listener to monitor your popup menus by overriding certain methods that fire up when a specific event concerning the popup menu occurs. All you have to do in order to use a PopupMenuListener is: Create an new JComboBox Create a new PopupMenuListner Override ...

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MouseWheelListener example

With this tutorial we are going to show you how to use a MouseWheelListener in Java. This event listener is particularly useful when you want to add extra user friendly functionality in your application. For example, if you want the user to change the value of a specific item, you can allow him to do that using the wheel of ...

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MouseListener example

In this example we are going to see how you can use the MouseListener interface in Java, in order to monitor the mouse activity on your application. This is very useful when you wan to add extra functionality to you application and make it more agile, when you make it possible for the user to interact with it using the ...

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MenuListener example

With this example we shall show you how the MenuListener interface works in Java. Menu components are very usual in rich, Graphical applications and they contribute to a better user experience. So, a MenuListener component can be very useful when your application has many menu items and it’s important to monitor the user events and the user interactions with each ...

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A complete KeyListener example

In this example we are going to see how you can use a KeyListener in Java, in order to monitor key events that take place in your applications. This is particularly useful when you want to add some key functionality to your app and it’s very important you want to monitor that has a very intensive keyboard activity. Basically, to ...

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JRadioButton with ItemListener example

In this example we are going to see how to use JRadioButton bundled with an ItemListener. As you know, radio buttons a quite popular in Graphical Applications because they give flexibility to the end users, and it’s very natural to them to interact with radio buttons when you want to give specific values to choose from. In short, to use ...

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ListSelection example

With this tutorial we shall show you how to perform List Selection activities using JList components and ListSelectionListener interface. List selection is a very useful feature, when you applications requires user input with fixed choices. In order to use JList and ListSelectionListener, one should perform the following steps: Create a class that implements ListSelectionListener interface. Override the methods that correspond ...

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ItemListener example

In this example we are going to see how to use several components like  JRadioButton  and JComboBox  bundled with an ItemListener. As you know, radio buttons and combo boxes are quite popular in Graphical Applications because they give flexibility to the end users, and it’s very natural to them to interact with them when you want to give specific values to choose from. ...

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InternalFrameListener example

In this example we are going to see how to use InternalFrameListener in Java. When you are developing an application with a vivid Graphical environment it is very possible that you will use JInternalFrame components to enhance the end user’s experience. As you might image the monitoring an handling of the several events that occur in the life cycle of ...

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