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 ====== Ptidej UI Viewer Standalone Swing ====== ====== Ptidej UI Viewer Standalone Swing ======
  
-The ''​Ptidej UI Viewer Standalone Swing''​ project provides the class ''​ptidej.viewer.ProjectViewer'',​ which is currently the most usable graphical interface to the Ptidej Tool Suite. Here are some steps to use it:+The ''​Ptidej UI Viewer Standalone Swing''​ project provides the class ''​ptidej.viewer.ProjectViewer'',​ which is currently the most usable graphical interface to the Ptidej Tool Suite. ​ 
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 +===== Usage ===== 
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 +Here are some steps to use it:
  
 ^ Clickable Screenshots ^ Steps ^ ^ Clickable Screenshots ^ Steps ^
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 | {{:​ptidej_ui_viewer_standalone_swing_10.png?​100|}}{{:​ptidej_ui_viewer_standalone_swing_10.1.png?​100|}} | ... or in the model view | | {{:​ptidej_ui_viewer_standalone_swing_10.png?​100|}}{{:​ptidej_ui_viewer_standalone_swing_10.1.png?​100|}} | ... or in the model view |
  
 +===== Implementation =====
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 +The current implementation of the ''​Ptidej UI Viewer Standaline Swing''​ is actually a mini-framework. It makes it easy for third-parties to integrate their own [[ptidej_ui_viewer_extensions|extensions]] and visualisations. It provides currently three types of visualisation:​ one purely graphical, one showing a hierarchical tree and a graphical representation,​ and one showing two hierarchical trees and graphical representations to distinguish types and their implementation classes.
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 +The class ''​DesktopPane''​ is the world in which various visualisations can live. These visualisations are typically displayed as internal ''​Window''​s. Extensions and other lists listens to the visualisations by implementing the ''​CanvasListener''​ interface. The canvas also listens to the ''​DesktopPane''​ to receive notification of changes, for example in the choice of graphical elements to display. Hence, interactions can go in three directions without strong coupling (from the ''​DesktopPane''​ to its ''​Window''​s,​ from the ''​Windows''​ to the lists, and from the lists to the ''​Window''​s.
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 +{{ ::​desktoppane_and_windows.png?​direct&​500 |}}
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