What are toast messages? And how to create them by using Java Swing?
Toast Messages are a quick way of informing the user by short Pop-up messages that last for a short period of time and then disappear.
Java Swing does not have an inbuilt class for toast message but toast message is a popular and an effective way to display auto-expiring message that is displayed only for a short length of time. So in order to implement a toast message we have to manually build a class that is capable of creating a toast message.
In this article we will discuss how to manually create a toast message in Java, using Java Swing Components. The Following programs will create a text toast message that lasts for a short length of time and then they will disappear.
Please go through the following article for more details on translucent Window and Frames, This will give you the idea how to implement translucent and shaped window.
Java Swing | Translucent and Shaped Window in Java
JSwing | Translucent and Shaped window
The following program creates the toast message (which is a selectively translucent JWindow)
Driver program that runs the above program .
Note: This Program will not run in an online IDE please use an offline IDE with latest version of java.
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