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jvider - Java Visual Interface Designer 1.3 released!

 
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jvider - A GUI builder tool for JavaTM Swing applications. With jvider you can easily design graphical user interfaces for your JavaTM applets and applications.




New features in 1.3 version include:
  • <big>J</big>AVA<big>B</big>EANST technology employed to allow customizing the components
  • Compatibility with Apple Mac OS-X improved
  • Multiple Pastes' allowed from single Copy/Cut command
  • Support for JTree and JSplitPane component added






  • It does just what you need - easily design graphical user interface, test it and produce tidy JavaT source code. No custom libraries, no custom development environment, nothing. Just a tool to make your life easier.




    Other features of jvider:
    • GridBagLayout is used for layout (no absolute positioning);
    • Interactive UI design with drag & resize features;
    • Testing UI on the fly without compiling;
    • ability to save/load your designs;
    • View and export produced Java source code as Frame or Applet;
    • Intuitive interface. Easy to understand and comprehend;
    • Easy to get started with tutorial and samples provided.


    • http://www.jvider.com

 
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