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Last Build Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 19:29:47 -0000

 



Buoy 1.6 Released

Sun, 11 Dec 2005 19:29:47 -0000

Buoy is a Java framework for creating user interfaces. This release contains a number of bug fixes and new features, including a toolbar class, and changes to better support graphical layout tools. It is stable and suitable for production use.

Buoy is built on top of Swing, but provides a completely new set of classes to represent user interface elements. It has many advantages over using Swing directly, including a cleaner and simpler API, a far more powerful event handling mechanism, a better system for laying out components, and built in support for serializing and reconstructing user interfaces as XML.

To put it simply: if you write Java programs and use Swing to create your user interfaces, you ought to be using Buoy instead.




Buoy 1.2 Released

Thu, 16 Sep 2004 01:57:51 -0000

Buoy is a Java framework for creating user interfaces. This release contains a small number of bug fixes and new features, including automatic mouse wheel support. It is stable and suitable for production use.

Buoy is built on top of Swing, but provides a completely new set of classes to represent user interface elements. It has many advantages over using Swing directly, including a cleaner and simpler API, a far more powerful event handling mechanism, a better system for laying out components, and built in support for serializing and reconstructing user interfaces as XML.

To put it simply: if you write Java programs and use Swing to create your user interfaces, you ought to be using Buoy instead.




Buoy 1.0 released

Mon, 17 May 2004 01:13:27 -0000

Buoy is a Java framework for creating user interfaces. This release contains a large number of bug fixes and API improvements. With this release, it is now stable, extensively tested, and ready for production use.

Buoy is built on top of Swing, but provides a completely new set of classes to represent user interface elements. It has many advantages over using Swing directly, including a cleaner and simpler API, a far more powerful event handling mechanism, a better system for laying out components, and built in support for serializing and reconstructing user interfaces as XML.

To put it simply: if you write Java programs and use Swing to create your user interfaces, you ought to be using Buoy instead.




Buoy 1.0 beta released

Thu, 13 Nov 2003 05:06:43 -0000

Buoy is a library for creating user interfaces in Java programs. With this release, it is feature complete and ready for use in real applications.

Buoy is built on top of Swing, but provides a completely new set of classes to represent user interface elements. It has many advantages over using Swing directly, including a cleaner and simpler API, a far more powerful event handling mechanism, a better system for laying out components, and built in support for serializing and reconstructing user interfaces as XML.

To put it simply: if you write Java programs and use Swing to create your user interfaces, you ought to be using Buoy.