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This tutorial is about the OverlayLayout as Layout Manager in Java. An OverlayLayout is a layout where it arranges components over the top of each other or behind each other. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of overlayLayout.java. 2. Import following package library: import java.awt.* ; // used to access Color and Dimension...
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This tutorial is about how to put an HTML code in a button in Java. The HTML tags will be put inside the JButton to display text. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of htmlInButton.java. 2. Import the javax.swing.* package library that is used to access the JButton, and JFrame class. import javax.swing.* ; //used to access the...
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This Student Information System was developed using Java as the Frontend and MS Access Database integration. This was one of the student projects in their java programming subject that i made when I was still a student. This system has all the object components in java such as buttons, textfields, radio button, combobox, list, images, checkbox that you can refer on how to use these components. It...
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This tutorial is about how to have a formatted date in java. We will use the DateFormatter and some text packages library of java here. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of defaultFormatterFactory.java. 2. Import the following package library. import java.text.* ; // use to access DateFormat and SimpleDateFormat class import...
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This tutorial is about the CardLayout as Layout Manager in Java. A CardLayout as a layout manager is used as a container of two or more components where it is represented as a card. Thus, there is only one card is visible at a time, and the container acts as a storage of cards. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of cardLayout...
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This tutorial is about the BoxLayout as Layout Manager in Java. A BoxLayout as a layout come from the Box class where it provides each component's x and y alignment properties with its sizes. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of boxLayout.java. 2. Import the javax.swing.* package library that is used to access the BoxLayout,...
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This tutorial is about the GridLayout as Layout Manager in Java. A GridLayout is a layout where it has a grid within a component. This layout ignores the sizes of the component and resizes them fit the cell's dimension of the grid. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of gridLayout.java. 2. Import the following packages: import...
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This is a tutorial in which we will going to create a program that will have a FlowLayout as Layout Manager in Java. A FlowLayout as a layout manager provides a layout that is simple and used as default by the JPanel. It makes it every component seen according to its preferred size and arranges them in horizontal wrapping lines so that they will have spacing. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1...
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This tutorial is about the BorderLayout as Layout Manager in Java. A BorderLayout is a layout where it has a rectangular screen area divided into five regions - North, South, East, West, and Center position regions. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of borderLayout.java. 2. Import the following packages: import java.awt.* ; //...
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This is a tutorial in which we will going to create a program that will have a Splash Screen in Java. So, now let's start this tutorial! 1. Open JCreator or NetBeans and make a java program with a file name of splashScreen.java. 2. Import the following packages: import java.awt.* ; //used to access the Color, Dimension, and Toolkit class import javax.swing.* ; //use the JWindow and JLabel class 3...

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