(SWT) The Eclipse Foundation’s framework for developing graphical user interfaces in Java. SWT is written in explicitly standard Java but uses the Java Native Interface to talk to a platform-native GUI library. SWT is the third major attempt to give Java a decent GUI framework, following AWT and Swing. Of the three, SWT is the most consistent with the native GUIs but its programming model is hard to port to non-Windows platforms.
- Stand at ease
see: at ease , def. 2.
adjective 1. (of a garment) designed or constructed to stand upright or extend outward from the body: a standaway collar.
noun, plural standbys. 1. a staunch supporter or adherent; one who can be relied upon. 2. something upon which one can rely and therefore choose or use regularly. 3. something or someone held ready to serve as a substitute, especially a radio or television program used as a filler in case of cancellation of a […]
verb (used without object), stood, standing. 1. (of a person) to be in an upright position on the feet. 2. to rise to one’s feet (often followed by up). 3. to have a specified height when in this position: a basketball player who stands six feet seven inches. 4. to stop or remain motionless or […]