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Tips and Guidelines
for Programming Java GUI Applications

by Matthew Ford (updated 24th May 2014)
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All rights reserved.

These Tips and Guidelines are primarily aimed at Graphical User Interfaces (GUI) applications but some of them are also applicable to general Java Programming.

Introduction:

Computers today have more power and storage then most people can use but users are still expected to struggle with programs that

As Alan Cooper says [1]
“Software Forgets,   Software Is Lazy
Software Is Parsimonious with Information
Software Is Inflexible,   Software Blames Users
Software Won't Take Responsibility “

These tips and guidelines outline how to write better GUI applications. They are a mixture of high level guidelines and low level code.
These tips cover:-


[1] "The Inmates are Running the Asylum", Alan Cooper, 1999, ISBN 0-67231649-8, SAMS Indiana USA


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