Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

Uses of Class
javax.swing.Spring

Packages that use Spring
javax.swing Provides a set of "lightweight" (all-Java language) components that, to the maximum degree possible, work the same on all platforms. 
 

Uses of Spring in javax.swing
 

Methods in javax.swing that return Spring
static Spring Spring.constant(int pref)
          Returns a strut -- a spring whose minimum, preferred, and maximum values each have the value pref.
static Spring Spring.constant(int min, int pref, int max)
          Returns a spring whose minimum, preferred, and maximum values have the values: min, pref, and max respectively.
 Spring SpringLayout.Constraints.getConstraint(String edgeName)
          Returns the value of the specified edge, which may be a derived value, or even null.
 Spring SpringLayout.getConstraint(String edgeName, Component c)
          Returns the spring controlling the distance between the specified edge of the component and the top or left edge of its parent.
 Spring SpringLayout.Constraints.getHeight()
          Returns the value of the height property.
 Spring SpringLayout.Constraints.getWidth()
          Returns the value of the width property.
 Spring SpringLayout.Constraints.getX()
          Returns the value of the x property.
 Spring SpringLayout.Constraints.getY()
          Returns the value of the y property.
static Spring Spring.height(Component c)
          Returns a spring whose minimum, preferred, maximum and value properties are defined by the heights of the minimumSize, preferredSize, maximumSize and size properties of the supplied component.
static Spring Spring.max(Spring s1, Spring s2)
          Returns max(s1, s2): a spring whose value is always greater than (or equal to) the values of both s1 and s2.
static Spring Spring.minus(Spring s)
          Returns -s: a spring running in the opposite direction to s.
static Spring Spring.scale(Spring s, float factor)
          Returns a spring whose minimum, preferred, maximum and value properties are each multiples of the properties of the argument spring, s.
static Spring Spring.sum(Spring s1, Spring s2)
          Returns s1+s2: a spring representing s1 and s2 in series.
static Spring Spring.width(Component c)
          Returns a spring whose minimum, preferred, maximum and value properties are defined by the widths of the minimumSize, preferredSize, maximumSize and size properties of the supplied component.
 

Methods in javax.swing with parameters of type Spring
static Spring Spring.max(Spring s1, Spring s2)
          Returns max(s1, s2): a spring whose value is always greater than (or equal to) the values of both s1 and s2.
static Spring Spring.minus(Spring s)
          Returns -s: a spring running in the opposite direction to s.
 void SpringLayout.putConstraint(String e1, Component c1, Spring s, String e2, Component c2)
          Links edge e1 of component c1 to edge e2 of component c2.
static Spring Spring.scale(Spring s, float factor)
          Returns a spring whose minimum, preferred, maximum and value properties are each multiples of the properties of the argument spring, s.
 void SpringLayout.Constraints.setConstraint(String edgeName, Spring s)
          Sets the spring controlling the specified edge.
 void SpringLayout.Constraints.setHeight(Spring height)
          Sets the height property, which controls the height of a component.
 void SpringLayout.Constraints.setWidth(Spring width)
          Sets the width property, which controls the width of a component.
 void SpringLayout.Constraints.setX(Spring x)
          Sets the x property, which controls the x value of a component's location.
 void SpringLayout.Constraints.setY(Spring y)
          Sets the y property, which controls the y value of a component's location.
static Spring Spring.sum(Spring s1, Spring s2)
          Returns s1+s2: a spring representing s1 and s2 in series.
 

Constructors in javax.swing with parameters of type Spring
SpringLayout.Constraints(Spring x, Spring y)
          Creates a Constraints object with the specified values for its x and y properties.
SpringLayout.Constraints(Spring x, Spring y, Spring width, Spring height)
          Creates a Constraints object with the specified values for its x, y, width, and height properties.
 


Java™ Platform
Standard Ed. 6

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