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Beans and Bean builder deeper knowing.

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Hi. I downloaded the bean builder
and followed the steps told on

http://java.sun.com/products/javabea.../tutorial.html

and the sample tools was created as the above link told.
I guess the bean builder can let the developers do something without
writing
and typing lots of codes, and I want to enrich a little bit more
featuers for the tools on the above link.

1. make a "Remove" button similar to the "Remove All" button but the
former 1
is to remove only 1 selected list from the whole list.

I thought it should be really quite simple but actually I don't know
how to do it after trying for a long time.

2. Can we save the completed tools as some java codes or make that to
be an applet or something ? but not just to save that as an xml files
?
3. actually is there some IDE tools can work similar as the bean
builder does
that the developers can just click and drag and drops and then can
relates the events and properties changes from those swing objects and
make
them to be interacting with each others withouth writting lots of
codes ?

(just for a simple example adjust the block on a JScrollbar and the
adjustment value from the scrollbar can simplly be displayed on a
JTextfield, or type a value
in the textfield and press enter and the JScrollbar will be adjusted
to
the value just typed -- the objects can interactg with each other once
its property was changed, and the developers can just drag and drop to
complete it
and not need to write lots of codes). The bean builder demostration on
the above link seems to be able to satisfy what I just told.

I tried NetBeans 3.5.1 and JBuilder and found that the developers have
to type some codes in order to make the objects to be interactive with
each others,
and I found that the above 2 IDE tools didn't involve too much on Java
Beans.
But the beans concept and its future development should be a very
fundamental one in Java technology.
Thanks all for the help and any suggestion would be very appreciate.
Thanks !!!
Jul 17 '05 #1
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