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    Java WYSIWYG

    Hey, I am looking for a program that will allow me to create java applications and applets without writing the source code... Basically like frontpage or dreamweaver would be for webpages, just a what you see is what you get type of deal...

    anything out there like that?

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    NetBeans has a gui builder similar to the sort of thing you get in Visual Studio where you basically drag and drop stuff onto a form - is that what you mean? It's ok to use, but can be a bit fiddly. It's the best free product I've seen that does that sort of stuff.

    Bear in mind that you'll obviously still have to write all the code that actually does anything (i.e. handling gui events).

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    Even with WYSIWYG html editors the page doesnt really *do* anything its just static. So I guess that goes for any type of those editors -_-

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    Thanks, that is what I was looking for! I am glad you guys understood what I meant...

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