In the previous chapter, we described most of the components that Swing offers for building user interfaces. In this chapter, you’ll find out about the rest. These include Swing’s text components, trees, and tables. These types of components have considerable depth but are quite easy to use if you accept their default options. We’ll show you the easy way to use these components and start to describe the more advanced features of each. Later in this chapter, we’ll also give an example of how to implement your own, custom components in Swing.