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Sunday, July 13, 2003
       
SyncML toolkits
At the start of my dabblings in SyncML, I expected to have to implement a significant chunk of the SyncML protocol myself. Fortunately, since then two factors have made this unnecessary: first, the publication of the previous two articles (see part 1 and part 2) caught the attention of those working on SyncML, and they've let me know about their work; and second, the increasing availability of mobile phones and PDAs with SyncML inside has led to increased activity in this field.
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Enhance the accessibility of your GUIs
One of the main characteristics of the JFC/Swing framework is its ability to use pluggable look-and-feel designs. The same application can be run with different look-and-feel designs without requiring any modification. In this article, Software Engineer Yannick Saillet explains the mechanism behind the Metal look and feel -- one of the standard look and feel designs provided with the J2SE platform -- and demonstrates how to modify it into a universal, customizable look and feel to accommodate special user needs, such as high contrast or large fonts for the visually impaired.
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schema2beans
The schema2beans library (schema2beans.jar file) allows you to generate a set of java bean classes from a DTD or XML Schema file. This set of beans can be used to represent an XML file, as a graph of java beans. You can add, change and remove elements of the graph, merge and compare graphs and also get events on any change that happens in the graph. Afterwards, you can write back the graph as an XML document.

The package of this library is org.netbeans.modules.schema2beans and is composed of a schema2beans runtime (schema2beans.jar) and schema2beans generator (schema2beansdev.jar).
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