The Beryl XML GUI library was written to ease the development of graphical user interfaces using Swing on Java. It lets you store user interfaces as XML markup. This will help you avoid unnecessary clutter in your source; Swing code mixed with application logic can become a troublesome and hard-to-read mess as the application size increases. The library comes with a visual component builder, which makes development easy.
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Release Notes: Several bugfixes were made. The Novaworx syntax highlighting widget has been added, and will be used to add RAD-like capabilities in the next version. Font attributes can be edited in the builder. Groovy scripting support has been added. There is now a file input field, a dynamic tree item class, and support for the JCheckBoxMenuItem. Additionally, two patches from Simon Epstein have been added.
Release Notes: The data model behavior of some widgets has changed and a German localization has been added.
No changes have been submitted for this release.