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Anybody know where I can find a step by step guide to build java applets in netbeans 6.7
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I shows how to do the desktop applications, which I already know. Trying to find out how to get a applet running in netbeans.
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Right-click a folder in the project view
new -> other
Catergories -> Swing GUI Forms
Tile Types -> JApplet Form
And you have an applet.
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Is there anyway to do drag drop componets on it? Others wise I mine as well be doing it on a text editor.
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Well I guess I can just add a jPanel from another project to it and it should work like that.
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Yes, you can. It works with a JApplet just like with a JPanel form...
http://www.netbeans.org/kb/55/quickstart-gui_swfs/001_gui_builder_ui.html
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