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Sherry Jacob
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Hi Guys !!

I'm back...this time for some theoretical enlightenment.

The MVC architecture is the most important aspect of designing Java applications. I do have a theoretical background of what MVC really is.

However, I have been developing small scale PC applications as a freelancer.

I am using Java Swing to develop standalone applications and JSP & Servlets to develop internet-based applications.

But I wanted to know a few things...
1) How is MVC implemented in Swing ?
2) What should be the design statistics I must follow in order 2 implement MVC with Swing for a small-scale application ?
3) What is the Business-Delegate model ?
4) How can I design a simple application in Swing using JavaBeans ?

Thanks alot for your help.
 
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Originally posted by Sherry Jacob:

1) How is MVC implemented in Swing ?

Swing Architecture Overview


2) What should be the design statistics I must follow in order 2 implement MVC with Swing for a small-scale application ?

I don't know what you mean by "design statistics".

3) What is the Business-Delegate model ?

Core J2EE Patterns = Business Delegate

4) How can I design a simple application in Swing using JavaBeans ?

The same way you design any application. Document the system, Identify classes, assign class responsibilities and behavior, write code. Repeat as necessary.
 
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