Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Package
javax.swing.border

Packages that use javax.swing.border
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
javax.swing.border Provides classes and interface for drawing specialized borders around a Swing component. 
javax.swing.plaf Provides one interface and many abstract classes that Swing uses to provide its pluggable look-and-feel capabilities. 
javax.swing.plaf.basic Provides user interface objects built according to the Basic look and feel. 
javax.swing.plaf.metal Provides user interface objects built according to the Java look and feel (once codenamed Metal), which is the default look and feel. 
javax.swing.table Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTable
javax.swing.tree Provides classes and interfaces for dealing with javax.swing.JTree
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
CompoundBorder
          A composite Border class used to compose two Border objects into a single border by nesting an inside Border object within the insets of an outside Border object.
MatteBorder
          A class which provides a matte-like border of either a solid color or a tiled icon.
TitledBorder
          A class which implements an arbitrary border with the addition of a String title in a specified position and justification.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.border
AbstractBorder
          A class that implements an empty border with no size.
BevelBorder
          A class which implements a simple two-line bevel border.
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
EmptyBorder
          A class which provides an empty, transparent border which takes up space but does no drawing.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.plaf
AbstractBorder
          A class that implements an empty border with no size.
BevelBorder
          A class which implements a simple two-line bevel border.
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
CompoundBorder
          A composite Border class used to compose two Border objects into a single border by nesting an inside Border object within the insets of an outside Border object.
EmptyBorder
          A class which provides an empty, transparent border which takes up space but does no drawing.
EtchedBorder
          A class which implements a simple etched border which can either be etched-in or etched-out.
LineBorder
          A class which implements a line border of arbitrary thickness and of a single color.
MatteBorder
          A class which provides a matte-like border of either a solid color or a tiled icon.
TitledBorder
          A class which implements an arbitrary border with the addition of a String title in a specified position and justification.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.plaf.basic
AbstractBorder
          A class that implements an empty border with no size.
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.plaf.metal
AbstractBorder
          A class that implements an empty border with no size.
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.table
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
 

Classes in javax.swing.border used by javax.swing.tree
Border
          Interface describing an object capable of rendering a border around the edges of a swing component.
 


Java™ Platform
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