Uses of Class

Packages that use Widget
Provides support for performing structural and textual compare operations on arbitrary data and displaying the results.
Provides support for finding and displaying the differences between hierarchically structured data.
Provides support for shared UI resources such as menus, tool bars, and status lines.
Provides classes that can be used to observe changes in SWT widgets.
Provides support for dialogs.
Provides support for layout generation.
Provides useful building blocks used throughout JFace, including property change events, a listener list implementation, and runtime checked assertions.
Provides a framework for viewers, which are model-based content adapters for SWT widgets.
Provides a framework for wizards.
SWT Browser widget.
SWT Custom widgets.
SWT Drag and Drop support.
SWT typed listener support.
SWT internal classes
SWT Win32 OLE implementation classes.
SWT OpenGL support.
SWT widget public API classes.
Classes for standard dialogs, wizards, and preference pages in the Eclipse Platform User Interface.
Events and listeners for forms-based parts.
Custom widgets and controls for forms-based parts.
Provides the Common Navigator framework.
Classes for the creation of workbench parts that integrate with the Eclipse Platform User Interface.