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Vishal Hegde
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Is there any IDE for java swings???

i mean without writing any code,is it possible to have a drag and drop mechanism for adding textbox,buttons,radio buttons etc as one has in Visual Basic???
 
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You should try NetBeans I suppose.
 
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1) Swing is a proper noun

2) I, and many people with me, think that you shouldn't write user interfaces using a GUI builder. You will not know the internals of how event handlers etc work, and you will be unable to write GUI programs when you are forced to give up your IDE (like when your employer uses a different one).
 
Vishal Hegde
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Rob Prime wrote:1) Swing is a proper noun

2) I, and many people with me, think that you shouldn't write user interfaces using a GUI builder. You will not know the internals of how event handlers etc work, and you will be unable to write GUI programs when you are forced to give up your IDE (like when your employer uses a different one).

ya totally write sir but the thing is that we need to submit our cclass project within a predefined time so besides netbeans anything else,if you can suggest?
 
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Vishal Hegde wrote:besides netbeans anything else,if you can suggest?

Eclipse and IntelliJ have GUI builders as well. I, too, shy away from them.
 
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Agree you should avoid IDEs' GUI builders for Swing code. You can, however, use the IDE to speed writing your own code.

Moving thread to our Swing forum, where we usually discuss GUI matters.
 
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