Designing a Swing GUI in NetBeans IDE

These screencasts walk you through designing a Swing GUI in the NetBeans IDE described in the Designing a Swing GUI in NetBeans IDE tutorial.

In the screencasts, you will see how to add, insert, align, resize, and indent components to layout a GUI front-end that enables you to view and edit contact information of individuals included in an employee database. You will learn how to effectively use the capabilities of the IDE's GUI Builder.

Exploring GUI Builder (.swf)

(Click here to view full-sized, Ctrl-Click to download, 1,9 MB)
Time: 01:19

Adding individual and multiple components (.swf)

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Time: 08:21

Inserting components (.swf)

(Click here to view full-sized, Ctrl-Click to download, 1,1 MB)
Time: 01:49

Aligning and anchoring components (.swf)

(Click here to view full-sized, Ctrl-Click to download, 4,4 MB)
Time: 07:40

Resizing and indenting components (.swf)

(Click here to view full-sized, Ctrl-Click to download, 4,1 MB)
Time: 08:03

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