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Thread: Single JFrame for Dinamic Contents Window

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    Default Single JFrame for Dinamic Contents Window

    Hello, is it possible to make only 1 jframe contains many items (button, radio, etc.) and when i press next button, the contains of jframe changing? It is like WIndows appliciation installer, just next-next-next.

    Until now, I create new jframe and link to another jframe bu new framename().setVisible(true). So, there is so many jframes in my single project. Anybody can give me suggestion?

    I wanna create application such as encyclopedia (or like Ubiquity in Linux if you know ). Thank you...


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    Default Re: Single JFrame for Dinamic Contents Window

    Look at the CardLayout class.
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    Can you give me an example? Simple example, simpler than the Oracle one? Thank you

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    Sorry, my example is the one from the tutorial.
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    Ooh, so you are the Oracle Documentation Team? So thank you.

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    Of course not. The tutorial has many useful pieces of code. I use them instead of writing my own.
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