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The data component contains the core image data model, based on ImgLib2. This is the primary mechanism by which image data is managed internally by ImageJ2. This component also provides the corresponding core image display logic for user interfaces.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
The ui component contains the user interface (UI) framework for ImageJ. Each ImageJ user interface uses this framework to make itself available for use.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
The ext component is ImageJ's framework for extensibility, which allows for the definition of ImageJ modules, plugins and tools. A module is a discrete piece of functionality with typed inputs and outputs. Plugins, scripts and workflows are all types of modules. A plugin is a piece of code that enables functionality (such as an image processing algorithm) within the program. A tool is a piece of code that defines user input behavior, such as drawing on the image with a pencil, or panning the display by ...
Last Release on May 18, 2012
The core options component contains some built-in shared preferences for ImageJ. These options appear in the Edit > Options menu.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
The io component provides an input/output service for reading and writing data to and from data streams. It also provides several core plugins for importing image data, as well as a recent file service for keeping track of recently opened files.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
AWT utility classes for use with AWT and Swing user interfaces. These classes depend on ImageJ core only, and are considered general-purpose AWT utility classes, potentially useful outside the ImageJ framework.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
The platform component provides the framework for defining platform-specific functionality. A "platform" can be an operating system, CPU architecture, or version of Java.
Last Release on Jul 13, 2012
A Swing-based ImageJ user interface. Both SDI and MDI implementations are provided.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
Common AWT classes for use with AWT and Swing user interfaces. These classes depend on several ImageJ components, and are intended only to share code between AWT- and Swing-based user interfaces of ImageJ.
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012
The UI-agnostic part of the ImageJ Updater (TAFKA Fiji Updater).
Last Release on Dec 26, 2012