JIDE 2.3.0 and Mac OS X Icon Set
We are pleased to announce a new JIDE Icon Set for Mac OS X – another beautiful stock icon set for your Java/Swing applications that follows the Mac OS X icon design guideline. With the introduction of this icon set, we completed the basic icon set with 141 icons in three styles – XP, Vista and Mac OS X.
Mac OS X Icon Set
Mac OS X icon set is another beautifully designed icon set which has a maximum size of 256x256 pixels, making them suitable for high-dpi (dots per inch) displays. These high-resolution icons allow for high visual quality in list views with large icons. Just like in Vista icon set, we tried to use the same or similar design idea as the existing Mac OS X’s icons so that your application looks consistent with any native Mac OS X applications. Now with all three icon sets, your application can use different style icons on different operation systems with just one line code change.
We also decide to run a promotion to celebrate finishing all three icon sets. We will sell all three icon set as a suite at only $299.99. It is $100 per icon set and each icon set has 141 icons. That’s 70 cents per icon. Please also keep in mind that we provide custom icon design services to meet your special need, no matter what icon styles you are looking for (Vista, XP, Mac, Linux etc). If you dream to have a consistent user interface with a set of unique icons across all applications in your company, we are right here to help you. We will leverage existing icon design from the three icon sets whenever it is possible which will reduce the customized icon design cost significantly.
Icon Service Overview: http://www.jidesoft.com/icon/index.html
Icon Preview: http://www.jidesoft.com/icon/preview.htm
Custom Icon Design: http://www.jidesoft.com/icon/design.htm
Icon Set Purchase: http://www.jidesoft.com/store/index.php?cPath=33
JIDE 2.3.0 Release
At the same time, JIDE 2.3.0 release is out. In this release, we introduced a new package com.jidesoft.filter which contains a lot of pre-built filters for String, Date, Calendar and Numbers. In addition, we refactored FilterableTableModel and SortableTableModel to allow a totally different implementation to do the sorting and filtering. In the next couple of months, we will introduce several table models and tables around this area to support paging, database, hibernate etc as well as UI panels for table sorting, filtering, styling and grouping. Please stay tune.
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