🚀 Creating a GUI in 5 minutes with UiBooster
UiBooster is a lean library to create fast and easy dialogs for utility tools. It equips your applications blazing fast with GUI components to increase the comfort for your users.
It's based on Java swing components to run on current JREs without any struggle. This library encapsulates the long and sometimes complicated GUI code and leaves more clarity in your project.
I decided in 2019 to create this project, because I missed something like zenity for my Java applications. It started with a some basic input dialogs, but today I proudly release version 1.10.0 with a lot of new features.
The most powerful element of UiBooster is the
form element. It provides a lot of components which can be use with only one line of code. Moreover the form can be equipped with custom elements, if you need something special.
UiBooster booster = new UiBooster(); FilledForm form = booster.createForm("Personal information") .addText("Whats your first name?") .addTextArea("Tell me something about you") .addSelection( "Whats your favorite movie?", Arrays.asList("Pulp Fiction", "Bambi", "The Godfather", "Hangover")) .addLabel("Choose an action") .addButton("half full", () -> booster.showInfoDialog("Optimist")) .addButton("half empty", () -> booster.showInfoDialog("Pessimist")) .addSlider("How many liters did you drink today?", 0, 5, 1, 5, 1) .show();
Moreover you have to add the following JitPack-Repository and the dependency to you Maven
<repositories> <repository> <id>jitpack.io</id> <url>https://jitpack.io</url> </repository> </repositories> <dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>com.github.Milchreis</groupId> <artifactId>UiBooster</artifactId> <version>1.10.0</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
If you interested to learn more about UiBooster, look at the GitHub page to see all components and dialogs.
A simple warn dialog
A simple confirm dialog
A multiple selection with text input for filtering
A basic color picker
A basic date picker
A dialog window for presenting an exception stacktrace
A list dialog with optional image and subtitle
A table dialog with readable and writeable data
System tray menus are possible, too
Starting a notification in one line of code
I started developing UiBooster in 2019 as side project, because I missing something like that in Java