Trail: JavaBeans(TM)
Lesson: Properties

In the following sections you will learn how to implement bean properties. A bean property is a named attribute of a bean that can affect its behavior or appearance. Examples of bean properties include color, label, font, font size, and display size.

The JavaBeans™ specification defines the following types of bean properties:

Bean properties can also be classified as follows:

BeanBuilder uses this schema to group and represent properties in the Properties window.
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