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    Default What is a good design to click button and go to new page?

    I have created two jframes and have buttons that are actionlisteners. Each button should go to a different page of the application. However, I realized that the way that I'm creating my event handling, every time a user would press the button to go to the new screen they can create a new instantiation of the new screen object. Obviously I only want a single instantiation of each page, but I'm not sure how to go about that. Here is the code that I have for my actionPerformed method.

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     @Override
        public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent e){
        
            Object source =  e.getSource();
            if(source == item1){
                QuotesList quote1 = new QuotesList();
                quote1.quote();
    The user would press this button to go to the quotes list page from the mainscreen. Other buttons on the same jframe will be added to this method by the way.

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    Default Re: What is a good design to click button and go to new page?

    Consider getting your control code out of your GUI code making the control code more "centralized". Give the GUI's public methods that would allow the control class(es) to change its state. For instance if you're using CardLayout to swap JPanels, consider giving each JPanel a name String (via setName) and using that String when adding the JPanel to the CardLayout-using container. Then give the main GUI a public method, say swapView(String name), that accepts a String and that the control can call to tell the CardLayout to swap views to a different JPanel.

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