Java Swing classes

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It shows some of the important classes in the Java Swing library. There are hundreds altogether, and I didn't think it was necessary to input them all. If somebody would like to extend this diagram, please let me know.

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Clicking the arrow widget at the bottom right of an element opens your browser to show the JavaDoc of that class.

One of the most important points I look up on this diagram is the inheritance between Swing and AWT classes, e.g. what's the relationship between JButton and Container, or JDialog and Window.

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You can filter which classes you see by using the tree on the right. Open a branch and click on a leaf to see only the elements with that attribute. (Opening the "URL" branch makes little sense). Clicking further leaves while holding Ctrl pressed expands the filter. Read more details on this function.

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