In this chapter you've built your first Microsoft Windows app using Visual J++. You used the Windows app builder to construct a framework. You followed that with the Forms Designer to build the user interface elements. If you followed along with the construction of the same app in , you'll probably be as impressed as I am at how much easier it is to build the WindowedApp interface using the Forms Designer. Finally, you added the few lines of WFC-based Java code necessary to complete the app.

In the next few chapters, you'll see the other WFC controls in action. Comments