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Category Migrate to/from Java
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Author's Name Erik Zimmermann
Homepage www.getobject.com/en/
Version 1.0
Published
Wed Mar 22, 2006 12:34 pm

Description


getObject - SetVB2Java is an easy-to-use component for migration of Visual Basic Forms and UserControls into pure Java Source Code (Swing Style). You just implement SetVB2Java into your Visual Basic IDE and your Forms and UserControls will be converted within a few minutes.


SetVB2Java offers you the following
features:


     More than 30 Visual Basic Components will be recognized:
      
      - TextBox , Label, CheckBox , OptionButton, ComboBox, Frame, ListBox
      - PictureBox , DTPicker, HScroll , VScroll, Line, MakedEdit, ProgressBar
      - StatusBar , TreeView, ListView , MonthView, UpDown, Slider, RichTextBox, Menu
      - DriveListBox , DirListBox, FileListBox , SSTab (Tabbed Dialog)
      - A JPanel will be created as an alternate to not supported Controls.

     The most important Informations about the Controls will be read and implemented into Java Code.
     During the migration different Listeners will be created and implemented.
     You can work on the Code in differant Java IDE (Borland JBuilder, Eclipse).

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