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Can anyone pls suggest if there exist a java IDE that has drag and drop functionality in creating GUI's?? Much like the VB.NEt IDE's.

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    [QUOTE=Dhruv Gairola;1384079]well, everyone in my class is using netbeans to create GUIs.. for some reason, i hand coded mine.. you get a better understanding of GUIs..[/QUOTE] But after you got all the understanding you need you just want to do them fast and not spend time coding them :) Read More

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Eric, I've asked the mods to move this to Java, I'm sure you will get a quicker response from there.:)

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Eclipse has plugins for GUI building, that I know for sure. Never used one to recommend you about a specific one though.

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well, everyone in my class is using netbeans to create GUIs.. for some reason, i hand coded mine.. you get a better understanding of GUIs..

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well, everyone in my class is using netbeans to create GUIs.. for some reason, i hand coded mine.. you get a better understanding of GUIs..

But after you got all the understanding you need you just want to do them fast and not spend time coding them :)

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Thank you guyz for the suggestions.

Right now Im trying IntelliJIdea and JFormDesigner Plugin for Eclipse (",)

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But after you got all the understanding you need you just want to do them fast and not spend time coding them :)

well, it is tedious hand coding them.. but its kinda satisfying, if you know what i mean.. :)

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well, it is tedious hand coding them.. but its kinda satisfying, if you know what i mean.. :)

I do :) but if, for example, you have a deadline at work - satisfaction can wait, results are what important :)

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