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Tip of the Day
Language: User Interface Design
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 6, 1998

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Offscreen buffer

Question:
I want to create an offscreen buffer in a Java application, but I don't know how.

Answer:
You can create an offscreen buffer by using the createImage(int,int) in java.awt.Component. This is most commonly done when subclassing the Canvas class. Let's say you wanted to create a double buffer for the contents of a Canvas.

public class BufferCanvas extends Canvas {
  Image doubleBuffer = null;
  Graphics bufferGraphics = null;
  ...
  public void update(Graphics g) { 
    if(bufferGraphics == null) {
        doubleBuffer = createImage(getWidth(), getHeight());
        bufferGrahpics = doubleBuffer.getGraphics();
    }
    // Do your drawing into bufferGraphics, and
    // then display with
    // g.drawImage(doubleBuffer, 0, 0, this);
  }
}
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