This framework provides a completely event-driven mechanism for binding GUI components (ie. Swing, Echo, SWT, etc) to backing data models. It reduces the problem of how to synchronize view state with your data model to as little as a single line of code per component. Common interaction styles such as switching components between view and edit mode as well as supporting controlled propogation of data from the view to the model (typically in support of a view/edit/save/cancel interaction) are fully supported and straight-forward. The framework seeks to be agnostic to the type of model which is supported or the type of GUI which will be used. Implementing a new model or view component binding is as simple as implementing the correct interface or extending one of the provided base classes. Currently, implementations exist for binding to JavaBean models (supporting PropertyChange events) and Swing views.
The framework also includes a tool for creating skeletal JavaBeans with full PropertyChange support from a set of property files.
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