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    Greetings,

    I'm back again.
    I'm wondering if Eclipse IDE has a swing builder feature similar to Netbeans?

    I have switched from Netbeans to Eclipse due to some features like the source auto-generate codes in particular to setters/getters.

    I have searched some from the Eclipse IDE Market,
    But I don't know how to install or use them yet.

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    I haven't used eclipse but it does have swing builder, something they call SWT.
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    what do you mean by
    I have switched from Netbeans to Eclipse due to some features like the source auto-generate codes in particular to setters/getters.
    Netbeans does have getter/setter method generator.
    Press Alt + insert in Netbeans to bring popup and choose from there. No need to write code for getter/setter.

    -regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prajin View Post
    I haven't used eclipse but it does have swing builder, something they call SWT.
    I think the OP means a gui builder as in NetBeans where you can blindly drag components around and automagically code is generated for the gui (without the user understanding what actually happens frequently).

    Eclipse has a project for it: here.

    kind regards,

    Jos

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    ah.., it's called Eclipse Visual Editor.

    I have searched some from the Eclipse IDE Market,
    But I don't know how to install or use them yet.
    Download eclipse SDK and unzip. Goto to unzipped directory and just run the program by clicking at eclipse.exe.

    -Regards

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    Are there any Plug-ins, or another perspective similar on how you install Android SDK to Eclipse 3.5?

    Are there any plug-ins available for Eclipse 3.6?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chyrl View Post
    Are there any Plug-ins, or another perspective similar on how you install Android SDK to Eclipse 3.5?

    Are there any plug-ins available for Eclipse 3.6?
    The first result from Google.

    kind regards,

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    I have done the Android SDK.
    I may need a similar content of that but how to install a Swing Builder using Eclipse IDE.
    Every project, package, class, method, variable, syntax, algorithm, etc.
    are registered in my memory bank. Thanks to this thread.

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