JFrame forms,JApplet form,JPanel form

Posted on 2004-11-08
Last Modified: 2013-11-23
hi ,

i want to work using applets, swing and panels on NetBeans 3.6. when i open up JFrame in NetBeans, why does it open up JFrame forms.

JFrame forms have a VB like interface. Could anyone explain how to use the JFrame forms,JAppletForms, and JPanelForms?

any oneline tutorials would greatly help..


Question by:jaggernat
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    net beans has got VB like features for building GUI applications. Instead of coding everything for your GUI you can drag and drop like you would do in VB.
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    Author Comment

    i have used JFrame,JApplet,,ect. in simple text editor.
    i want any article that shows how to do it in NETBEANS3.6,, especially focusing on drag-drop function
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