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I tried netbeans and Eclipse for developing GUI apps.
But now I am fed up with netbeans.
And Eclipse really rocks.

I need to add visual editor capability(SWING).
What should i do?
Can anyone give me direct link to plugins?
 
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Originally posted by Ajeesh Moidutty:
I tried netbeans and Eclipse for developing GUI apps.
But now I am fed up with netbeans.
And Eclipse really rocks.

I need to add visual editor capability(SWING).
What should i do?
Can anyone give me direct link to plugins?



There is a Visual Editor plugin which works for eclipse 3.2 and below.
http://www.eclipse.org/vep/WebContent/faq.html#install
 
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There are also alternatives, such as Jigloo (free) and WindowBuilder Pro (not free but very good).
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