Jazz : An Extensible 2 D + Zooming Graphics Toolkit in Java

@inproceedings{Bederson1999JazzA,
  title={Jazz : An Extensible 2 D + Zooming Graphics Toolkit in Java},
  author={Benjamin B. Bederson and Britt McAlister},
  year={1999}
}
Jazz is a new general-purpose toolkit that supports applications using zooming object-oriented 2D graphics. It is built entirely in Java using Java2D, and thus runs on all platforms that support Java 2. It supports zooming, internal cameras, and lenses in a similar style to Pad++, but does so in a general purpose manner without a specific focus on zooming. Jazz is primarily a "scenegraph" for 2D graphics that is analogous to Sun's Java3D and SGI's OpenInventor in their support for 3D… CONTINUE READING
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