InfoNode DockingWindow

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InfoNode DockingWindow

Postby opticyclic » Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:54 am

I am looking to add a docking framework to my project and InfoNode seems to be pretty good.

I was using Netbeans up until now for my GUI designs but I can't use InfoNode in its designer so I am thinking of installing WindowBuilder.
Does this support using InfoNode in GUI designs?

If not, do you have any recommendations of Docking Frameworks that do?

I don't want to use the Netbeans platform or the the eclipse platform to do this though.
I just want to add a small jar to my project.
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Re: InfoNode DockingWindow

Postby Eric Clayberg » Sat Feb 26, 2011 12:46 pm

I have never heard of InfoNode and know nothing about it.

In general, any JavaBean compliant Swing widget will work in Swing Designer. See the FAQ.
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