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what do you think of my approach ?

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hey all.
I have a question about swing application.
when creating my swing applications, I broke up the whole form into JPanel (each JPanel into a separate Java file if the JPanel requires a lot of components and arrangments).
finally, I assemble my form form those JPanels.
my question is :
what do you think of my approach ? is it good ? is it time consuming ?
what is the approach used in the real swing applications ?
Gregg Bolinger
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That's what I tend to do. Works good for me.


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