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Rich Client Application : best way to write code

Muhammad Saifuddin
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Hi Authors,

I don't have much experience in spring applicaiton as I am 3 months old user of JAva swing and I have been using Netbean IDE for my desktop application. but most of the time I am really confused with the coding style in NetBeans. (like Actionevent handling process)

have you specifying any topic for the best approach to write code for Swing aplication in your book? by following any tool or IDE like NetBeans

2) how to apply MVC in Swing Application.

Thanks in Advance..

[ September 21, 2007: Message edited by: Saif uddin ]
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Chet Haase
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The questions you ask can be answered by books, or a series of articles at the least. It's not possible to answer the questions in a simple forum thread (or at least it would take more time than I have for this answer...). You might check out some of the existing references for Swing (including the online tutorial and various articles).

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Qunfeng Wang
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Have a look at SwingFaq

Especially the Links to further information section.


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