So I've big project (about conserts) going on, and this project, I'll handle all GUI. Since we need a few windows (one for registration artist, hall, concert. one for "Buy ticket", one for reviews etc.), we decided to put all these things on tabs, so we only have one windows, but with a multiple tabs where you can switch.
I was just wondering, I've never programmed with tabs before, and I'm looking to read about it. Still, I've question.
Since we're going to have a few tabs (4-5), do we have to program all code in one class? Or is it possible to divide it in a couple of classes? Like one for registration for artist, one for registration for hall etc.
If we need to have all code in one class, we'll mostly end up with 2000+ lines.
Also, what do you think about this idea? One window, multiple tabs. There will be an option to login for an admin, since the admin is the one who's going to registert artists, halls, etc. So we'll have two windows, one for admin (registrations), and one for the customers (possible to read reviews, buy tickets for conserts etc):