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This page contains links to books, tutorials, and articles about SWT.
SWT is in print in the following books.
The Eclipse Help system contains good solid documentation for SWT in
the Platform Plug-in Developer Guide. To get there in Eclipse, select
Help > Help Contents > Platform Plug-in Developer Guide.
SWT documentation appears in the following sections of the Platform Plug-in Developer Guide:
In addition to reading SWT documentation inside Eclipse, you can read it online here:
External articles, interviews in online journals:
There have been a few tutorials posted about SWT that you may find useful:
This site contains some tutorials and example programs that will help programmers who are new to Eclipse and the Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT) install Eclipse correctly and run some simple Java/SWT programs.
A detailed guide for SWT developers on GTK.
A guide for compiling an SWT application into an executable.
Adapted from "SWT and JFace", a No Fluff Just Stuff 2004 presentation.
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