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I want to ask about my vision for the GUI. I'm using NetBeans IDE to make it. My idea is something like this, we have a few JPanels with JLabels, and JButtons. First JPanel it's a menu and it is only visible JPanel at the application starts. When we click on the one of the buttons (let's say "Information") we change Menu JPanel Visibility to false, and the JPanel which include the "Information" is now Visible. The JPanel "Information" also has got JLabels and JButtons, and one of JButtons is a "Main Menu" which (when clicked) sets the Menu JPanel visibility as true, and set Information JPanel visibility as false.

My second idea (which is just stupid ;>) is to remove all components on JButton click, and create new components. So in Menu JPanel we got JButton information. When we click it, we remove all components that are in Menu JPanel, and we create new components, that are needed in Information JPanel.

I think that both ideas are terrible, but I have no other idea how to make it. I was thinking about web app, but I don't have such knowledge to create it.



Posted On: Wednesday 26th of September 2012 01:36:52 AM Total Views:  201
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thisClass.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); //thisClass.setState(MAXIMIZED_BOTH); thisClass.setVisible(true); } }); } /** * This is the default constructor */ public DDdemo() { super(); initialize(); } protected void paintComponent(Graphics g) { this.paintComponent(g); // paint the background image and scale it to fill the entire space g.drawImage(img, 0, 0, getWidth(), getHeight(), this); super.paintComponents(g); } /** * This method initializes this * * @return void */ private void initialize() { this.setSize(682, 377); //this.setExtendedState(state) this.setIconImage(Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getImage(getClass().getResource("/blocks.JPG"))); this.setContentPane(getJcp()); this.setCursor(new Cursor(Cursor.DEFAULT_CURSOR)); this.setDefaultCloseOperation(JFrame.EXIT_ON_CLOSE); this.setMaximumSize(new Dimension(2147483647, 2147483647)); this.setMinimumSize(new Dimension(7, 33)); this.setPreferredSize(new Dimension(7, 33)); this.setResizable(true); //this.setState(MAXIMIZED_BOTH); this.setTitle("JFrame"); this.setVisible(true); } /** * This method initializes jcp * * @return javax.swing.JPanel */ private JPanel getJcp() { if (jcp == null) { GridLayout gridLayout = new GridLayout(); gridLayout.setRows(1); gridLayout.setHgap(1); gridLayout.setVgap(1); gridLayout.setColumns(1); jcp = new JPanel(); jcp.setBorder(BorderFactory.createLineBorder(Color.black, 1)); jcp.setLayout(gridLayout); //jcp.setName("mp"); jcp.setBackground(new Color(204, 255, 255)); jcp.setOpaque(true); jcp.add(getFp()); } return jcp; } private Point makeSafePoint(int cx, int cy) { Point op = new Point(cx, cy); Rectangle t = new Rectangle(cx - cursorOffset.x, cy- cursorOffset.y, cx - cursorOffset.x + dragSourceArea.width, cy - cursorOffset.y+ dragSourceArea.height); // Check to see if the entire bounds is within // panel area if (panelArea.contains(t)) { return op; } // if the drag top is above the panel top if (t.x < panelArea.x) { t.x = panelArea.x; } // if the drag bottom is below the panel bottom if (t.width > panelArea.x + panelArea.width) { t.x = panelArea.x + panelArea.width - dragSourceArea.width; 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