Light-Weight Visual Components Library / News: Recent posts

LwVCL 3.5.0 released

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is a pure Java alternative to humble AWT-based GUI interfaces for a wide range of platforms, including J2SE, PersonalJava, and others. It can be used on wide range of PersonalJava compatible devices, including Sharp Zaurus, Compaq iPAQ, and top models of mobile phones with the same API, as it is used in J2SE applications.
Finally, new version of the library is out. It contains many bugfixes and improvements based on developers' feedback during library usage in real-world application. We have added samples for complete components' set - starting from basic 'Hello World' example to more complex applications. Should you have any comments - drop us a line to feedback@zaval.org

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2003-09-22

LwVCL v3.3.0 released

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is a pure Java alternative to humble AWT-based GUI interfaces for wide ranges of platforms, including J2SE, PersonalJava and others.

Homepage: http://sf.net/projects/zaval0003/

Changes focus: major bugfixes.

Several new components were added:
* Timer component;
* Toot-tip manager;
* Modal window
* Slider component
* Spin component

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2003-02-25

LwVCL 3.0 released

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is a pure Java alternative to humble AWT-based GUI interfaces for wide ranges of platforms, including J2SE, PersonalJava and others.

LwVCL can be used on wide range of PersonalJava compatible devices, including Sharp Zaurus, Compaq iPAQ and top models of mobil phones with the same API as it is used in J2SE
application; our library is most efficient way to develop highly scalable GUI applications from PersonalJava to any J2SE applications.... read more

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2002-11-21

LwVCL 2.0 available

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is the alternative to humble AWT-based and SWING-based GUI interfaces. Practically all components of the library have been modified, improved and corrected. So, at the moment we can say that the core set of the light weight components is ready.

The size of the core package is ~148Kb with LwTreeGrid component and ~143Kb without this component, so as it has been declared before the size of the basic package is less 150Kb.

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2002-09-02

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library 1.1.0 available

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is the alternative to humble AWT-based and SWING-based GUI interfaces. Designed as light-weight but, alternatively to Swing, built separately from AWT (not on top of the java.awt library like Swing), the LwVCL is the good alternative to highly performant, memory-efficient, flexible GUI solution for stand-alone and applet applications.
Version 1.1 has several enhancements and improved documentation with multiple examples on library usage.
Online demo is available: http://www.zaval.org/products/lwvcl/demo/

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2002-06-03

Mailing list available

You can get all latest news about Zaval CE Group activities (products' releases/updates, etc) from our mailing list. To subscribe sent blank mail to news-subscribe@zaval.org
It's a read-only mailing list (you can't post to it) with a low traffic(one letter in a one-two weeks).

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2002-04-20

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library 1.0.0 available

Zaval Light-Weight Visual Components Library (LwVCL) is the alternative to humble AWT-based and SWING-based GUI interfaces. Designed as light-weight but, alternatively to Swing, built separately from AWT (not on top of the java.awt library like Swing), the LwVCL is the good alternative to highly performant, memory-efficient, flexible GUI solution for stand-alone and applet applications.
Version 1.0 is a base package (about 120K) that can be used for light GUI development.
Online demo is available: http://www.zaval.org/products/lwvcl/demo/

Posted by Alexander Ivanyukovich 2002-04-01

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