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RADi GUI Builder v1.2

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RADi is a Java GUI Builder based on a unique layout manager, both powerful
and easy to understand. It has some nice features enabling you to create
high quality user interfaces in short time. RADi is a JavaBeans container
conforming to the JavaBeans(TM) standard.

V1.2 introduces R-Beans (RADi Beans). An R-Bean is some visual entity
(either a single component, a composition of components or a containment
hierarchy), supposed to appear in several layouts of a project. After
converting any layout into an R-Bean, you can insert instances of the R-Bean
in other layouts of the project. Changes on the R-Bean layout will
immediately be reflected in all instances.

You find the complete list of new features, changes and fixes at:

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

RADi home:
Download link:

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