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RADi GUI Builder v1.1

 
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Since its first public release in October 2005, RADi has been a flexible
and easy-to-use GUI Builder. Now it has taken the next step to be an Application Builder and a JavaBeans(TM) container.

New features are:
- Support for non-component Beans
- Event and property propagation
- RADi provides a BeanContextServices implementation
- Support for Customizers and custom property editors
- Javadoc documentation for the RADi runtime library

You find the complete list of new features, changes and bug fixes at:
http://www.muntjak.com/radi/history.html

You can evaluate RADi for an unlimited period of time. Just
download and install it.

RADi home: http://www.muntjak.com/
Download link: http://www.muntjak.com/radi/downloads.jsp
 
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