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The Kiwi Toolkit

The Kiwi Toolkit is a foundation class library containing many useful classes that complement the Java Foundation Classes (JFC). It includes many classes and components that were not provided with the JFC, such as a TreeTable component, a DateChooser, an MVC charting package (bar charts, line charts, pie charts), a plugin framework for Java, an application resource manager (for loading images, icons, HTML pages, audio clips, and other resources from JAR files), a better internationalization API, and much more.

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Recent releases

  •  29 Oct 2008 07:03

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  25 Mar 2008 09:23

      Release Notes: This release incorporates an assortment of API enhancements as well as new icons.

      •  11 Feb 2008 14:15

        Release Notes: Code cleanup, minor API enhancements, and bugfixes were done.

        •  31 Dec 2007 16:20

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  21 Aug 2007 00:44

            Release Notes: This release adds some new classes and includes various bugfixes.

            Recent comments

            03 Jun 2005 12:08 jedison

            KIWI - KTreeTable
            KTreeTable looks interesting. I tried looking at the FilesystemTableView.java for example but it is a little too complex for me. I wonder if you have a more basic tutorial like the one in: http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/uiswing/components/tree.html.

            By the way, great collection of codes. I'd like to try out other components after I learn tree table.

            More power!

            05 May 2004 12:03 mesmerism

            Re: DateChooser doesn't handle default font changes
            The DateChooser issues are fixed in the forthcoming 2.0 release.

            26 Sep 2003 00:13 jkost

            Kiwi is a cool framework
            Hi Mark,

            kiwi framework is a really cool library. There are plenty of useful classes and methods that save a developer time from reinventing the wheel. I find it as a very useful wrapper of Swing.

            Keep up the good work.

            John.

            14 Jun 2003 16:20 sunyal

            DateChooser doesn't handle default font changes
            Hi Mark,

            Really like your library. I am looking to use a DateChooser widget, and I was attempting to use yours. However, the application sets the default fonts to a larger size (for elementary children), and this throws the DateChooser for a loop with regards to layout. Maybe implementing it with the BoxLayout/BoxView instead of painting it directly?

            Sinecerly,
            Alex

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