[ImageJ-devel] Advice for GUI Plugin development
ctrueden at wisc.edu
Wed Jan 9 12:22:10 CST 2013
For completeness in the list archives: Oliver also sent this message to the
ImageJ user list, and it was responded to there rather than here. See this
link for details:
On Wed, Jan 2, 2013 at 4:53 AM, Oliver Tills <oliver.tills at plymouth.ac.uk>wrote:
> Hi All,
> This is my first post to this list and I am very new to writing code etc
> so I apologise if I have overlooked something obvious. I've been learning
> Java and am starting to get comfortable with creating functional swing
> interfaces, however I'm encountering some issues when I try and get these
> functioning within ImageJ (in NetBeans). I have read and been using the
> Writing Image J Plugins Tutorial and this has been a real help.
> I am using Image J to develop an educational resource whereby students
> will be presented with a GUI which allows them to choose a treatment, this
> will then call up appropriate images sequences which they then perform
> measurements (size/count) using. These measurements will be entered into a
> table and a plot facility will allow them to visualise the results of their
> experiment. My plan is to achieve this by creating Image J plugins, however
> I have several questions -
> Firstly, is what I describe (very briefly) achievable using Image J
> plugins (Image J seems to largely be made up of plugins so I couldn't find
> a reason why this shouldn't be feasible)?
> I've been using Swing to create GUI's as I found this creates a nicer
> looking interface (this may well just be my inexperience using AWT),
> however I see that PlugInFrame is AWT based and if I try to bring the Swing
> designed windows into a PlugInFrame this does not work (perhaps not
> surprisingly). Therefore should I be switching to AWT for this project or
> can I continue using Swing and get Image J functions working with this?
> I would also ideally like to embed the Image J image windows within a
> window to provide some control over the layout of various components (i.e.
> a control bar for play/pause/measure options positioned next to the window
> – I was going to hide the main Image J window to provide control over the
> features available). Is this possible and if so what is the best way of
> achieving it?
> Many thanks for reading and I would appreciate any advice you can provide.
> Oliver Tills
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