Is there any library / tool avaliable to create eye-catching java gui's [can be specific to win32] ? I tried some libs and they are not integrating well with the backend java application. I need some lib which easily integrates to the java backend code?
Is there any gui generators avaliable out there? If so please get me some links.
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I'm not sure I understand what you are asking. Are you saying you don't like either AWT or Swing, and want to use a different library? If you're just looking for a GUI builder, check out the "Matisse" module that ships with the NetBeans IDE.
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Yes, I am looking for some GUI builders. I have some console application which I have to upgrade as GUI application for Windows. I am not good at UI design, so I need some GUI builders where I can build the UI for the application and integrate with the console application which I have already developed.
Thanks Venish Joe
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I recently used it for one personal project, and it was a breeze and outcome was nice. It comes bundled with NetBeans IDE, (and I have heard it is also available with MyEclipse for use with Eclipse IDE). More information is here --> http://www.netbeans.org/kb/50/quickstart-gui.html
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Thanks Gagan Indus. I was looking for something like that. The Matisse works like a charm. Thanks a lot.