Some more source code for you all, but this time I didn’t write any of it. My good lady Lauren has been working on an iTunes 7-style JTable subclass, which she’s just released as open source. Clearly, I have some competition in the custom UI arena!
It looks like this, by the way:
Groovy. So if you’re a Java developer and you’re at all interested in making your tables look nicer than the Java default (i.e. more pleasant to look at than my hairy arse), do drop by Lauren’s blog, grab the code, and leave a comment.
Then get the hell back into Eclipse, hit ctrl-shift-alt-Euro-F13, and make with the