WindowBuilder Pro (SWT Designer and Swing Designer) has been donated to the open source community through the Eclipse Foundation, and is in the process of becoming an Eclipse project. Read more on the Google code blog http://googlecode.blogspot.com/2010/12/windowbuilder-becomes-new-open-so....
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WindowBuilder Pro (SWT/Swing/GWT Designer) is a powerful and easy to use bi-directional Java GUI designer that supports Eclipse SWT, Sun Swing and Google GWT technology. It is very easy to create Java GUI, Eclipse RCP and GWT/Ajax applications without spending a lot of time writing code to display simple forms. Supports the popular JGoodies FormLayout that enables creation of precise and flexible Swing form windows.
FEATURESWindowBuilder Pro offers many features common to SWT Designer, Swing Designer and GWT Designer, in addition to functionality specific to each. Refer to the following detail.
Convenience and Speed
Supported Layout Managers
Swing Data Binding
Swing Look and Feels
AWARDS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSBest Commercial Eclipse Developer Tool! The Eclipse Foundation's annual Community Awards were announced at EclipseCon 2009. WindowBuilder was one of only three commercial products honored.
"WindowBuilder delivers the kind of GUI building productivity that we use to have before we converted to Java. WindowBuilder not only dramatically improves productivity for design and maintenance, but it also enables us to significantly improve the look-and-feel of our GUIs without costing days of coding. Until discovering WindowBuilder, I had forgotten just how much fun and easy it can be building Java GUIs." --Sally Rich
Submitted by Titron on October 28, 2014 - 23:06
I tried Zip installation and Update, but both are failed, why?
Submitted by Thom DeCarlo on April 23, 2014 - 13:42
Change the download link to the current eclipse version number. I.e.,
Submitted by Nathaniel Waisbrot on October 19, 2011 - 12:14
Works very well on my Mac (often a difficulty for GUI builders) and makes GUI development much faster and more maintainable. The reverse-engineering of Java code into an editable GUI is like magic.
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