Definitions for "Java Foundation Classes"
Keywords:  jfc, awt, toolkit, swing, abstract
The building blocks for creating desktop applications that run on the Internet and on intranets. They allow developers to design applications that mirror the OS on which they will run, including Windows, Sun Solaris, and Macintosh. The JFC is made up of a set of foundation services and components for graphical user interfaces. Users also can create a customized interface for an application and change the look of an application on the fly.
A set of graphical user interface components and services written in Java. The component set is known as Swing.
An extension that adds graphical user interface class libraries to the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT).
Keywords:  extensions, management
Keywords:  message, service
Keywords:  information
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