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Which Swing IDE is used

 
ramesh kandukuri
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Hi freinds
which ide is now days developers are using for developing swing applications, I have used visual cafe when java1.1 version is in market.
Thanks
Ramesh
 
James Swan
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Try using Netbeans 5.0
 
Ken Blair
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Are you asking for a recommendation for a Java IDE or for a GUI builder?
 
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If you're looking for a GUI building, I would highly suggest Netbeans 5.0. They Matisse GUI building tool is quite impressive.

If you're just looking for a Java IDE, I would suggest either netbeans, eclipse, or ItelliJ from Jetbrains.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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