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Use a WYSIWYG editor

Use a WYSIWYG editor: Learn Java with Swing
Use a WYSIWYG editor: Learn Java with Swing

NetBeans has a visual GUI editor, referred to as WYSIWYG. When you use the integrated Swing framework to start your project, it automatically generates several blocks of code that are defined as a template in NetBeans.

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Developer Programming Languages Java

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