Java Event Handling
The only start-to-finish guide to Java event handling!-- Breakthrough techniques for effective Java-based GUI development.-- From beginning event programming through advanced techniques.-- Includes a complete technical reference to Java events.Efficient event handling is key to creating powerful, GUI-based Java software. Java Event Handling is the first Java book to focus entirely on event handling, from the absolute basics to state-of-the-art techniques. Expert Java developer Grant Palmer presents an in-depth introduction to the Java event model, showing how Java event handling has evolved to deliver greater power and control, and providing easy-to-adapt code examples that show how to make the most of it. Palmer begins by clearly explaining Java events and the Java event lifecycle. He introduces both local and distributed events, presenting differences, similarities, and practical techniques for implementing each. The book introduces event classes and event listener interfaces, as well as more advanced techniques, such as event listener manager classes and user-defined event classes. Part II presents a comprehensive technical reference to all Java events: event classes, listener interfaces, support classes, lifecycle methods, and more. For Java programmers at all levels of expertise.
- Mixed media product | 624 pages
- 177.8 x 233.68 x 45.72mm | 1,224.69g
- 08 Aug 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
Table of contents
Acknowledgments. Introduction. A Roadmap for this Book. A Note on the Code Examples. What This Book is Not.About the Author. I. THE BASICS. 1. An Introduction to Java Events. What Is an Event? Local Versus Distributed Events. The Evolution of Java Event Handling. The Java Event Model. The Java 1.0 Event Model. The Java 1.1 Event Model.2. The Java Event Life Cycle. Event Life Cycle Methods. Basic Event Life Cycle Methods from the Component Class. Event Processing Methods. Methods to Fire Events. Deprecated Methods from the Component Class. Event Life Cycle Methods Defined in the Component Subclasses.3. Event Classes. Event and Support Class Hierarchy. Low-Level Versus High-Level Event Types. A Description of the Event Classes in the J2SE. The EventObject Class. The AWTEvent Class. Low-Level Event Classes Defined in the java.awt.event Package. High-Level Event Classes Defined in the java.awt.event Package. Special Event Classes Defined in the java.awt.event Package. Low-Level Event Classes Defined in the javax.swing.event Package. High-Level Event Classes Defined in the javax.swing.event Package. High-Level Event Interfaces Defined in the javax.swing.event Package. Event Support Classes Defined in the javax.swing.event Package. Event and Support Classes Defined in the java.beans Package. Event Classes Defined in the javax.swing.text.html Package. Event Support Classes Defined in the javax.swing.undo Package. Other Event Classes Defined in the J2SE. User-Generated Events. User-Defined Events.4. Event Listeners. A Brief Review of Interfaces. Event Listener Interfaces in the J2SE. EventListener Interface. Listener Interfaces Contained in the java.awt.event Package. Listener Interfaces Contained in the javax.swing.event Package. Listener Interfaces Contained in the java.beans Package. Other Listener Interfaces Defined in the J2SE. Event Listener Objects. Creating an Event Listener. Method 1: Have a GUI Component Serve as the Event Listener. Method 2: Implement the Event Listener as a Separate Class. Method 3: Implement the Event Listener as an Inner Class. Method 4: Implement the Event Listener as an Anonymous Inner Class. Listener Adapter Classes. Listener Adapter Classes Contained in the java.awt.event Package. Listener Adapter Classes Contained in the javax.swing.event Package. User-Defined Event Listener Interfaces. Connecting an Event Source to an Event Listener. Disconnecting an Event Source from an Event Listener. The getListeners() Method. Event Listener Manager Classes. AWTEventMulticaster Class. EventListenerList Class.5. Event Handling Odds and Ends. Determining the Event Source. Consuming Events. Event Consumption Methods. The Event Queue. EventQueue Class. The Event-Dispatching Thread. Running Code in the Event-Dispatching Thread.II. A JAVA EVENT REFERENCE. 6. Event Classes and Interfaces. ActionEvent Class. ActiveEvent Interface. AdjustmentEvent Class. AncestorEvent Class. AWTEvent Class. CaretEvent Class. ChangeEvent Class. ComponentEvent Class. ContainerEvent Class. DocumentEvent Interface. DocumentEvent.ElementChange Interface. DocumentEvent.EventType Class. EventObject Class. FocusEvent Class. HierarchyEvent Class. HTMLFrameHyperlinkEvent Class. HyperlinkEvent Class. HyperlinkEvent.EventType Class. InputEvent Class. InputMethodEvent Class. InternalFrameEvent Class. InvocationEvent Class. ItemEvent Class. KeyEvent Class. ListDataEvent Class. ListSelectionEvent Class. MenuDragMouseEvent Class. MenuEvent Class. MenuKeyEvent Class. MouseEvent Class. PaintEvent Class. PopupMenuEvent Class. PropertyChangeEvent Class. TableColumnModelEvent Class. TableModelEvent Class. TextEvent Class. TreeExpansionEvent Class. TreeModelEvent Class. TreeSelectionEvent Class. UndoableEditEvent Class. WindowEvent Class. Other Event Classes in the J2SE.7. Event Support Classes. PropertyChangeSupport Class. SwingPropertyChangeSupport Class. UndoableEditSupport Class. VetoableChangeSupport Class.8. Event Listener Interfaces. ActionListener Interface. AdjustmentListener Interface. AncestorListener Interface. AWTEventListener Interface. CaretListener Interface. CellEditorListener Interface. ChangeListener Interface. ComponentListener Interface. ContainerListener Interface. DocumentListener Interface. EventListener Interface. FocusListener Interface. HierarchyBoundsListener Interface. HierarchyListener Interface. HyperlinkListener Interface. InputMethodListener Interface. InternalFrameListener Interface. ItemListener Interface. KeyListener Interface. ListDataListener Interface. ListSelectionListener Interface. MenuDragMouseListener Interface. MenuKeyListener Interface. MenuListener Interface. MouseInputListener Interface. MouseListener Interface. MouseMotionListener Interface. PopupMenuListener Interface. PropertyChangeListener Interface. TableColumnModelListener Interface. TableModelListener Interface. TextListener Interface. TreeExpansionListener Interface. TreeModelListener Interface. TreeSelectionListener Interface. TreeWillExpandListener Interface. UndoableEditListener Interface. VetoableChangeListener Interface. WindowListener Interface. Other Listener Interfaces in the J2SE.9. Listener Adapter Classes. ComponentAdapter Class. ContainerAdapter Class. FocusAdapter Class. HierarchyBoundsAdapter Class. InternalFrameAdapter Class. KeyAdapter Class. MouseAdapter Class. MouseInputAdapter Class. MouseMotionAdapter Class. WindowAdapter Class.10. Event Life Cycle Methods. AbstractAction Class Methods. AbstractButton Class Methods. AbstractCellEditor Class Methods. AbstractListModel Class Methods. Button Class Methods. Checkbox Class Methods. CheckboxMenuItem Class Methods. Choice Class Methods. Component Class Methods. Container Class Methods. DefaultBoundedRangeModel Class Methods. DefaultButtonModel Class Methods. DefaultListCellRenderer Class Methods. DefaultListSelectionModel Class Methods. DefaultSingleSelectionModel Class Methods. JApplet Class Methods. JComboBox Class Methods. JComponent Class Methods. JDialog Class Methods. JEditorPane Class Methods. JFrame Class Methods. JInternalFrame Class Methods. JList Class Methods. JMenu Class Methods. JMenuBar Class Methods. JMenuItem Class Methods. JPopupMenu Class Methods. JProgressBar Class Methods. JScrollBar Class Methods. JSlider Class Methods. JTabbedPane Class Methods. JTextArea Class Methods. JTextField Class Methods. JTree Class Methods. JViewport Class Methods. List Class Methods. MenuComponent Class Methods. MenuItem Class Methods. PropertyChangeSupport Class Methods. Scrollbar Class Methods. SwingPropertyChangeSupport Class Methods. TextComponent Class Methods. TextField Class Methods. Timer Class Methods. VetoableChangeSupport Class Methods. Window Class Methods.III. ADVANCED TOPICS. 11. Event Listener Manager Classes. AWTEventMulticaster Class. EventListenerList Class.12. User-Defined Event Classes and Event Listeners. Creating a User-Defined EventListener. Creating a User-Defined Event Class. Defining a Component that Supports a User-Defined Event. Putting it All Together.13. Putting It All Together. Stagnation Point Heating Rate Program. A Java Document Editor.14. Distributed Events. Distributed Event Model. Remote Event Classes. RemoteEvent Class. RemoteDiscoveryEvent Class. RenewalFailureEvent Class. ServiceEvent Class. Remote Event Listener Interfaces. Remote Interface. RemoteEventListener Interface. Remote Event Listener Support Classes. EventRegistration Class.Appendix: Java GUI Components and the Events They Generate. Index.
About Grant Palmer
GRANT PALMER, a scientific programmer at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA, has written or contributed to four Java technical references. He resides in Chandler, AZ.