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With jvider (Java Visual Interface Designer) you can easily design graphical user interfaces for your Java applets and applications. It features use of GridBagLayout for layout (no absolute positioning), interactive UI design with drag & resize features, the ability to test the UI on the fly without compiling, and the ability to save/load your designs. You can also view and export produced Java source code as Frame, Dialog, or Applet. It's easy to get started with the tutorial and samples provided.

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Recent releases

  •  29 May 2004 07:47

    Release Notes:

    •  17 May 2004 09:48

      Release Notes: This version adds support for the JSpinner and JToolBar components, the ability to change list items of JList, JComboBox, JTree, JTable, and JToolbar objects, command-line parameter handling, improvements to the Mac OS X look & feel, and corrections for screen layout in 800x600.

      •  30 Sep 2003 13:15

        Release Notes: Problems with the custom Java Beans not saving/loading correctly and not handling the Text attribute (Title) correctly were fixed.

        •  17 Sep 2003 13:54

          Release Notes: The ability to extend the component gallery with custom JavaBeans was added. GridBagLayout Insets control was implemented.

          •  23 Jun 2003 08:20

            Release Notes: A hierarchical component tree view was added along with exporting to JDialog items and an action tool bar. A problem with saving ToolTipText properties in the source code was fixed, as was a problem with not properly loading and saving properties of the main panel. Some other minor fixes were made.


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