Uses of Package
org.lyra.Widgets

Packages that use org.lyra.Widgets
org.lyra.Block   
org.lyra.Interface   
org.lyra.LastDotFm   
org.lyra.Widgets   
 

Classes in org.lyra.Widgets used by org.lyra.Block
InfiniteProgressPanel
          An infinite progress panel displays a rotating figure and a message to notice the user of a long, duration unknown task.
 

Classes in org.lyra.Widgets used by org.lyra.Interface
CustomColorRenderer
          Permits the custom application of colours for row and cells generated within a JTable instance.
DateTableCellRenderer
          The Music Player Daemon (MPD) makes use of seconds in duration and Unix time in the protocol.
EnhancedListSelectionModel
          ListSelectionModels provide no inherent ability to identify which model is called from which element.
LyraMutableTreeNode
          A slight variant of the DefaultMutableTreeNode class that also aims to add in two identifiers into the mix.
PositionCellRenderer
          Very basic cell renderer which translates position numbers for display to users.
RapidDialog
          While Java Swing provides static functions to create advanced dialogs for a myriad of purposes creating all the elements necessary may not always be consistent if not centrally controlled.
RatingBar
          General widget with control methods allowing the instantiation of the rating bar.
RatingCellRenderer
          Makes use of a similar generation technique found in the RatingCellEditor with exception that it is not going to be modifiable.
 

Classes in org.lyra.Widgets used by org.lyra.LastDotFm
HTTPClient
          Wrapper method for built-in Java commands that enable a one-method use for calling and retrieving documents over the HTTP protocol.
 

Classes in org.lyra.Widgets used by org.lyra.Widgets
CustomColorRenderer
          Permits the custom application of colours for row and cells generated within a JTable instance.
RatingBar
          General widget with control methods allowing the instantiation of the rating bar.
RatingBar.Interact
          The code separation from the user interface.