Home » Videos » Java Programming Tutorial – 50 – Graphical User Interface GUI Java Programming Tutorial – 50 – Graphical User Interface GUI Autor: Android | Jul032012 Posteado en Videos 23 Comentarios Tweet Finally we get to learn how to make a GUI Video Rating: 4 / 5 Compártelo:Haz clic para compartir en Twitter (Se abre en una ventana nueva)Haz clic para compartir en Facebook (Se abre en una ventana nueva)Haz clic para compartir en Google+ (Se abre en una ventana nueva) Relacionado Sobre el Autor Android Comentarios Posted by ebukachris 3 julio, 2012 mmmmm i need a min with that…… Responder Posted by OlazerOfightOshowO 3 julio, 2012 Did you just say “retard alert”? Crap we just went from 2014 to 1984! Responder Posted by ebukachris 3 julio, 2012 Retard Alert! you are not fit for java, when you cant even make you own comment. “copy and paste” moron Responder Posted by Howtodothatshit 3 julio, 2012 Exactly 😉 Responder Posted by ylanan31 3 julio, 2012 That Melinda uses. Responder Posted by TheSima21 3 julio, 2012 well yea i watched it like 3 times to get it straigh your right Responder Posted by Howtodothatshit 3 julio, 2012 Stop copying other peoples comments and changing one fucking character. Responder Posted by Howtodothatshit 3 julio, 2012 Some people already knows basic, and watches GUI tutorials. Also some people didn’t get the GUI tutorials straight, and watches them again. Responder Posted by Howtodothatshit 3 julio, 2012 Some people already knows basic, and watches GUI tutorials. Also some people didn’t get the GUI tutorials straight, and watches them again. Responder Posted by macuser1232 3 julio, 2012 apparently this GUI is supposed to look like windows format on my mac. is this true? because it’s in my mac osx format. Responder Posted by mach1n1marespawn 3 julio, 2012 thumbs up if u watching this in 2014 😀 Responder Posted by TheSima21 3 julio, 2012 lol we came to GUI and views jumped for 160k xD Responder Posted by epicguitarsolo 3 julio, 2012 this was alot easier than i though it was gona be… im thinking thats because of the java class you import though Responder Posted by okkero 3 julio, 2012 1:05 made me feel like a time traveller. ^^ Responder Posted by TheaDragonSpirit 3 julio, 2012 Huh, dude? Sweet… Responder Posted by TheaDragonSpirit 3 julio, 2012 Love my time machine, please the ability to access the future through my mind like that kid out of Alphas. Responder Posted by Th1s1sMyAcc0untNam3 3 julio, 2012 Suddenly 250k views LOL Responder Posted by Thetimpson 3 julio, 2012 LOL! “Let’s tighten this up a little, that’s what she said”… Responder Posted by Thetimpson 3 julio, 2012 That awkward moment when it’s actually 2012. (Someone will probably watch this in 2030! :D) Responder Posted by RecoilforPresident 3 julio, 2012 I LOVE YOU. You are awesome. Thank you so much, very helpful Responder Posted by vivacious1veronica 3 julio, 2012 I get a text box on the last screen as well plus I get two options ok and cancel on each dialog box Responder Posted by efuste24 3 julio, 2012 Great tutorials but just for less variables you declare two int instead of strings, and parseInt the JOptionPane as follows: int fn = Integer.parseInt(JOptionPane.showInputDialog(“Enter first number”)); cuts the variable count pretty much in half. Responder Posted by chancerogers85 3 julio, 2012 I don’t remember what video he started using return statements in..but he never explained what they do. I know what they do, but my question is: He puts them in separate methods. Do they have to be in seperate methods, or does it vary based on the code? Responder Agrega tu comentario Clic para cancelar respuesta. Nombre (required) eMail (no será publicado) (required) Website Recibir un email con los siguientes comentarios a esta entrada. Recibir un email con cada nueva entrada.