But the APIs that implement it are not well understood by some developers -- a problem that has led to programs not performing as well as they could.
This article explains the AWT and Swing paint mechanisms in detail.
Its purpose is to help developers write correct and efficient GUI painting code.
While the article covers the general paint mechanism ( components existed ("heavyweight" means that the component has it's own opaque native window).
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Adica cand este finisat nu se mai vede ca este din lemn.
Construim case din lemn " La rosu ", " Semifinisat "," Finisat exterior "in toata tara. exceptie - Constructii in strainatate Construim case din lemn si dupa proiectul clientului :- In afara de cateva oferte care avem aici facem case dupa proiectul clientului.
Consequently, there are subtle differences in how painting works for heavyweight and lightweight components.
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Both the AWT (abstract windowing toolkit) and Swing provide such a framework.
Submit a bug or feature For further API reference and developer documentation, see Java SE Documentation.
That documentation contains more detailed, developer-targeted descriptions, with conceptual overviews, definitions of terms, workarounds, and working code examples.