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10 Apr, 2009

More Groovy/Griffon/FEST Testing

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

In my continuing exploration of FEST testing using Groovy and the Griffon framework, I’ve added some tests for the ability to change the JXBusyLabel coloration on the fly. Since FEST allows you to alter the properties of the widgets directly, I didn’t have to do anything special to trigger actions on the JXColorSelectionButton. At first […]

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08 Apr, 2009

Griffon SwingX Fest testing

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

This is the third installment of my Griffon SwingSet experiment. If you’re coming late to the party (and would like to know just what the heck I’m talking about) you can catch up by reading this and this. So the SwingX demo has 3 sliders that affect integer values on the JXBusyLabel. Using the Groovy […]

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05 Apr, 2009

SwingX busy label demo in Griffon and Groovy

Posted by: TheKaptain In: Development

The first demonstration panel in the SwingLabs demo is for the JXBusyLabel, a simple component that does exactly what it says – inform Users of the application that progress is occurring. The setup is highly configurable, allowing changes to the color, shape and size of the rendered label. The SwingX demonstration makes use of an […]

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