NetBeans Visual Library

The NetBeans Visual Library provides a set of reusable, predefined, and extensible Java components, called "widgets". Each widget has, built into it, various features, such as actions, layouts, and borders. When you compose widgets together, you can quickly and easily visualize data to the user. Combined with other NetBeans APIs, the NetBeans Visual Library lets you create interactive UIs, with drag-and-drop features commonly found in designer software.

Java SE applications, using JavaFX, Swing, or both, as well as Java applets, can benefit from the widgets provided by the NetBeans Visual Library.

To provide context and help understand its purpose, here are screenshots of visualizations that have been created with the NetBeans Visual Library in real applications.

NASA Polaris Slipstream PraxisLIVE Glotaran
Maltego European Union Odyssey Alipay

Examples - Download and explore a large set of examples.

Documentation

Visual Library API javadoc

Official Documentation

FAQ

Tutorials

Visual Library Tutorial for NetBeans Platform Applications

Visual Library Tutorial for JavaFX Applications

Visual Library Tutorial for Java Swing Applications

Visual Library Tutorial for Java Applets

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Platform was started in November 2009, is owned by Antonin Nebuzelsky, and has 138 members.
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