ESP Toolbar 1.5.7
The ESP Toolbar Component is a 100% Pure Java, and JavaBeans Compliant software component that simulates the functionality of the Internet Explorer 6 Toolbar, using Java Swing. This component is available for purchase and use in your software development project. Registration includes the ESP Toolbar Bean, full Javadocs on the component`s use, and full Java source code for the Bean`s implementation.
Create a native Windows EXE to launch your Java application! The native launcher finds a suitable Java™ Runtime Environment and starts your Java application using the found JRE. JEXECreator features: Java Runtime Environment auto detection, Errors handling, Fully localizable messages of the executable, Class path solutions, Any icon of your choice for your executable, Execute Java applications with any current directory and more!
JexePack allows you to deploy your Java application, along with its resources (like GIF, JPG, JNI DLLs, etc), into a single compressed 32-bit Windows EXE that targets Sun`s Java Runtime Environment. Supports an EXE an a Windows NT service. A great way to deploy your Java application as a Windows EXE because your end-users only see a standard EXE (with a nice icon that you define) -- and your program is still all Java and run by a Java VM.
JComponentPack is a Java Swing GUI library, a visual JavaBeans collection, it`s based on the Swing MVC architecture and 100% pure Java, it includes more than 20 components that Swing haven`t, such as excel style Java spreadsheet component, database enabled Java table component, calendar, list view, wizard framework and many more, these beans can drag to your GUI form directly.
Java developers add icons to the Windows System Tray (Taskbar Notification Status Area). This quickly makes any Java application more attractive and intuitive to Windows users. JTray lets Java developers add icons to the Windows System Tray (Taskbar Notification Status Area). This quickly makes any Java application more attractive and intuitive to Windows users. With JTray, tray icons can have Tool Tip Text which appear during a mouse-over. Icons
Java Class fields and methods. All data type conversions are hidden from Developer. Each java object reference encapsulated into special OOJNI class – Java Reference Wrapper, which makes a shallow copy of the java object reference in different OOJNI classes. This approach makes possible to reduce a number of java references used in JNI code. This update includes option that gives Developer means to generate implementation of a Java interface with