Join Todd Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Tables, part of Learning Java Applications (2016).
- [Voiceover] Tables are a little more complicated…than the other Java components.…One of the reasons they're more complicated…is that they require a data source.…A data source can be an array…or it can come from an external file or a database.…We're going to look at all of that going forward,…but for now, let's just look at…creating a table in Swing.…I'm in my layout file.…I just have an absolute layout,…and I'm going to select the Jtable from the Components area.…And then instead of just clicking,…I'm going to actually click and drag…to define the size of my table.…
So here's my table right here,…and if you look in the Properties pane…when you have your table selected,…you have a few different settings here.…We have a border that we can set,…so I can click this button, give it…a little bit of a BevelBorder…I'll click OK.…We can see the table border there.…We can enable cellSelection.…We can enable columnSelection by checking the check boxes.…We can change the font, the color, et cetera.…Now, the one property that you don't want…
- Installing Java and Eclipse
- Understanding basic Java syntax
- Handling Java errors
- Creating a UI with Swing
- Creating tables and connecting to data sources for tables
- Publishing a JAR file
- Installing NetBeans
- Creating JSP pages
- Setting up and connecting to databases
- Creating Java-based Android Studio projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Install Java and an IDE
2. Java Basics Review
3. Create a User Interface with Swing
4. Tables and Data Sources
5. Application Distribution and Deployment
Publish a runnable JAR file2m 32s
6. Server-Side Java: JSP and Databases
7. Android Development
Next steps1m 16s
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