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    Felissa is offline Member
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    Default Help, GUI Application

    I'm still in search of a tutorial/video which will guide me through making my first GUI application.

    I have Eclipse with the Visual Editor and I know how to whip together a few panels together?
    But how can I take my GUI and make it talk ot my code?

    Also, is there a guideline? Like, do you put all the GUI code in it's own class and simply initialize it in your main class? And I'll be developing under Linux.

    Thanks.
    Felissa:p

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    I think the best place to start learning GUI programming is the Swing Tutorial provided by Sun Microsystems.

    You may also like to have a look at NetBeans...it has a very user friendly interface for building GUI apps.

    Here is flash demo of using Netbeans to build Swing Applications

    If you are after a video tutorial,check out KeyStone.

    Greetings
    Eric

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    I always found this pretty useful when I was starting

    I don't know about any fancy GUI designers though, I hand code mine.

    By the way the beauty of Java is that it doesn't matter that you are developing under linux.

    Greetings
    Daniel:o

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