Though Java Swing provides built-in message dialog to display messages, we can create custom message dialog by using JWindow and other Java Swing elements. The advantage of creating them is that they are highly customizable and we can add the desired look-and-feel and functionalities to them.
In this article we will see how to create custom message in Java Swing .
First we create a simple JWindow and add label and button to it. Output: Then we will shape the window and background color to it. Output: Then will set the look and feel of the label and button to System look and feel and then add glossy appearance to the window by applying per pixel translucency. Output:
In the following programs we will see how to create a message dialog.
1.Program to create a simple JWindow and add label and button to it.
2.Program to create a message window, shape the window and background color to it.
3. Program to create a message window, shape the window, add background color to it and also add glossy appearance to the window by applying per pixel translucency
Note : The following program might not run in an online compiler please use an offline IDE.
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