Mined Opinions For API: javax.swing

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  • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created/saved.If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work.. details
  • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!. details
  • Thank you for any advice you can provide.. details
  • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally.. details
  • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!.. details
  • it doesn't return any true or false.. details
  • what is the error dude?. details
  • 1. read Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/list.html#creating [How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model] for working code example 2. create CODETERM1 as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/concurrency/dispatch.html [Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread] 5.. details
  • 1. read Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/list.html#creating [How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model] for working code example 2. create CODETERM1 as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/concurrency/dispatch.html [Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread] 5.. details
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.. details
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.. details
  • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error.. details
  • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service.. details
  • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it.. details
Summaries the opinions about javax.swing using topic modeling.
  • 0. textfile preference pass personal tool send orthogonally advice parameter experience: 5
    • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created/saved.If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work.. details
    • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!. details
    • Thank you for any advice you can provide.. details
    • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally.. details
    • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!.. details
  • 0. find service read model visible gui tutorial overflow bit altogether: 7
    • it doesn't return any true or false.. details
    • what is the error dude?. details
    • 1. read Oracle tutorial How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model for working code example 2. create DefaultListModel as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread 5.. details
    • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.. details
    • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error.. details
    • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service.. details
    • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it.. details
Summaries of the opinions about javax.swing using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally .
  • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!
  • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!.
  • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created saved If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work .
  • Thank you for any advice you can provide .
  • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally .
  • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!
  • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!.
  • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created saved If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work .
  • Thank you for any advice you can provide .
  • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally .
  • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!
  • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!.
  • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created saved If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work .
  • Thank you for any advice you can provide .
  • it doesn't return any true or false .
  • what is the error dude?.
  • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service .
  • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it .
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether .
  • 1 read Oracle tutorial How to use List Creating a Model for working code example 2 create DefaultListModel as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3 there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4 all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial Concurency in Swing Event DIspatch Thread 5 .
  • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error .
  • it doesn't return any true or false .
  • what is the error dude?.
  • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service .
  • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it .
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether .
  • 1 read Oracle tutorial How to use List Creating a Model for working code example 2 create DefaultListModel as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3 there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4 all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial Concurency in Swing Event DIspatch Thread 5 .
  • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error .
  • it doesn't return any true or false .
  • what is the error dude?.
  • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service .
  • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it .
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether .
  • 1 read Oracle tutorial How to use List Creating a Model for working code example 2 create DefaultListModel as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3 there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4 all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial Concurency in Swing Event DIspatch Thread 5 .
  • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error .
Summaries of the opinions about javax.swing using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
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Features:
  • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!.
  • N/A
Documentation:
  • N/A
  • 1. read Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/list.html#creating [How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model] for working code example 2. create CODETERM1 as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/concurrency/dispatch.html [Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread] 5.
Community:
  • N/A
  • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.
Onlysentiment:
  • Thank you for any advice you can provide.
  • N/A
Bug:
  • N/A
  • what is the error dude?
Usability:
  • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created/saved.If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work.
  • it doesn't return any true or false.
  • Onlysentiment: 1
    1. general: 1
      • Thank you for any advice you can provide.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I've had good experiences with this, as long as the same version of the code was running on both ends, on the same version of the JVM etc!.. details
  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • I understand list models, but the way I have it setup the JList populates indirectly from the textfile I have created/saved.If I have a Listmodel, I don't see how my current method of reading from the textfile would still continue to work.. details
      • Most of Swing still doesn't know about Collections (only Vectors if that!. details
      • Clients can use serialization (over a different socket) to send back objects or pass them as parameters to RMI invocation, this should be personal preference Of course I don't know what exactly you want to do but both tools work great and can also be used orthogonally.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • 1. read Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/list.html#creating [How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model] for working code example 2. create CODETERM1 as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/concurrency/dispatch.html [Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread] 5.. details
  • Bug: 2
    1. general: 2
      • what is the error dude?. details
      • @Simeon Visser when I was declaring a JSONObject it was giving me an error.. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • it doesn't return any true or false.. details
      • 1. read Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/components/list.html#creating [How-to-use-List---Creating-a-Model] for working code example 2. create CODETERM1 as local variable, then every changes will be made only in the model 3. there is bug, maybe feature, Swing GUI freeze for a few seconds, in the case that is removed more than 999 Items in one moment (already visible JList), can't found answer for this issue 4. all updates to the already visible Swing GUI must be done on EDT, more read in Oracle tutorial URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/uiswing/concurrency/dispatch.html [Concurency-in-Swing---Event-DIspatch-Thread] 5.. details
      • I'm a bit new to JSON, swing and stack overflow altogether.. details
      • I've already found some that will parse JSON, but I'm having trouble finding any that will handle the HTTP communication to consume the JSON web service.. details
      • Maybe part of the problem is that I don't have experience with web services so I'm not able to know a solution when I see it.. details