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NX:Any project - JInternalFrame

 
Bill Robertson
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My assignment says "Your user interface should be designed with the expectation of future functionality enhancements".
I was thinking about using a JInternalFrames/Desktop approach instead of
just a single main frame to accomodate "future functionality enhancements".
But I am worried this may be overboard.
Has anyone else consider using JInternalFrames?
Any thoughts are much appreciated.
 
Andrew Monkhouse
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Hi Bill
I can see that future enhancements could benefit from using JInternalFrame, so it could be a nice idea.
There are quite a few people who have used multiple panels for displaying their data. I used CardLayout, and I have seen others mention that they used JTabbedPane. So moving away from the "one frame does everything" approach has certainly been done before.
Regards, Andrew
 
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