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    db4o Spring integration

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    Java User Group in Durban, South Africa

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    Filthy Rich Clients book example applications and utilities

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    A collection of components for Swing applications

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    Towards a "unified community" for Java imaging developers

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    JDK 7 Snapshot Releases

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    Incubator project for newly emerging JavaDesktop projects

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    Support for third-party components in look-and-feel libraries

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    A cross-platform look & feel for Swing applications

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    SwingLabs Swing Component Extensions

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    Lab for desktop technologies

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    timingframework
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    Welcome to the Timing Framework, a library for making Java animation and timing-based control easier. This project provides a framework and sample code for time-based animations in Swing and SWT. The 1.1 "classic" version of this library is fully documented in chapters 14-15 of the book Filthy Rich Clients. Newer releases of the library support a default timer; are multi-thread safe; go faster; use less memory; support Android, Swing, and SWT; and have an improved API.

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