Day 10. Building a Swing Interface
Although computers can be operated in a command-line environment such as a Linux shell or the Windows command prompt, most computer users expect software to feature a graphical user interface (GUI) and to receive input with a mouse and keyboard.
GUI software can be one of the more challenging tasks for a novice programmer, but as you learned yesterday, Java has simplified the process with Swing.
Swing offers the following features:
Common user interface components, including buttons, text fields, text areas, labels, check boxes, radio buttons, scrollbars, lists, menu items, and sliders.