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This article describes the new Desktop API, which allows Java applications to interact with the default applications associated with specific file types on the host platform.

Using the Desktop class to launch a URL with default browser in Java 

       

  1. Using the Desktop class to launch a URL with default browser in Java 
    This article describes the new Desktop API, which allows Java applications to interact with the default applications associated with specific file types on the host platform. This new functionality is provided by the java.awt.Desktop class, which is adopted from the JDesktop Integration Components (JDIC) project.
      
  2. Display ToolTip within a specified area on JFrame.
    In Java, javax.swing package provides a class known as JToolTip. This swing?s component is used to display a ?Tip? for another Component and provides API to computerize the process of using ToolTips.

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Posted on: October 11, 2010

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