RE: SWT

Thanks, Jim.  I just added that and the other series to java_doc.zip,
and am uploading the new archive now.  The files are just text versions
of the web pages, not cleaned up beyond that, but hopefully useful.
 
Jamal
 

Jamal Mazrui 
Deputy Director, Accessibility and Innovation Initiative 
Federal Communications Commission 
202.418.0069 

 

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Hi,

This page is the start of a two part article set about how to develop
SWT Java GUI applications outside Eclipse.
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/library/os-ecgui1/index.htm
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Jim Homme,

Usability Services,

Phone: 412-544-1810. Skype: jim.homme. NonVisualDevelopment.org: Blind
people can drive computers <http://www.nonvisualdevelopment.org/> .
Demonstration GUI Programs: You can program GUI's while blind.
<http://www.fruitbasketdemos.org/>  

 


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