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sara rod
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Hi!

i am looking to create frame with panels - looks like the views of eclipse, meaning they are built in the frame - but can be minimize, maxmize and closed.
somthing like internalFrame but that is bulit in the frame - not on top of it (do you understand what i mean?)

is there something like that, ready to use?


thanks!
 
eric aro
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that it is called a docking framework, and I'm a happy user of DockingFrames ... A bit weird at first, but very efficient, and well designed ( switzerland quality ... ;-) )
 
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thanks!

there are so many...

is there one built in netbeans - it seems s, but i cant find how to do it.

and something else - if i use a docking frames of a different company - other then netbeans, that mean i won't be able to use the visual editor of netbeans?
 
eric aro
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not at all.

I've been looking at the docking "extracting" from netbeans but I don't what has happened to the project but nothing was working. That's why I selected DockingFrames.

But you still can use any visual builder with any docking framework.

I use JFormDesigner along with DockingFrames, and everything works just fine.

 
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