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ycad question

 
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hi guys, i'm a newbie java programmer, I'm developing a little program for drawings, it's just a form and a DXF viewer. I'm using netbeans. The ycad library has ycadv, a DXF viewer applet/application which I've tested sucessfully, and a YcadvPane, a JPanel to add the viewer to an application. I'd like to know if it is possible to add the YcadvPane as a component to NetBeans, so I can add it to my application.
here is an image with the design i'm looking for.
 
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I (and several others) discourage using a GUI builder like Netbeans, as you will not learn how Swing works. We just code the entire GUI ourselves.
That said, who am I to impose this on you? Since this is a Netbeans specific question I'll move this to our IDEs forum.
 
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