Screensavers with Java SE and SaverBeans

I was looking for a screensaver, which is able to display some data (news, status etc) on my screen (linux and windows). I found an amazing, free and opensource Java-SDK with many samples. The SDK comes already with javadoc. The whole "framework" is very lean (5 classes), well designed and documented. It is also possible to start a screensaver in a JFrame for test purposes.

Combining SaverBeans together with JINI could be the first step into grid-computing or at least to JSeti :-)


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That's pretty neat; I'll have to look into it.

Posted by Geoffrey Wiseman on February 08, 2007 at 08:44 PM CET #

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