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Software SwingStates

SwingStates - An extension to the Java Swing toolkit based on state machines
Date of the last release: 18 February 2014

Person in charge : APPERT Caroline

SwingStates is an extension to the Java Swing user interface toolkit that facilitates the creation of interactive applications by providing state machines to specify interactions. SwingStates also provides a powerful Canvas to create new widgets and a flexible input system to use non-standard input devices. State machines are specified directly in Java by taking advantage of the syntax of inner classes. The explosion of the number of states is contolled by allowing multiple state machines to run in parallel.

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Software - Licence : LGPL

Research activities
  Human-Computer Interaction

  APPERT Caroline

  Human-Centered Computing

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