Tuesday, July 23, 2002 04:55 PM
The exact answer depends a lot on your application, but it sounds like a perfect usecase for our JunC++ion tool. JunC++ion generates C++ proxy classes from Java classes, effectively making the C++ application Java aware.
In your usecase, you could design and implement the GUI in Java and generate C++ proxy classes for your custom dialogs, windows, Swing classes, etc. Then you would call up these UI elements from your C++ code.
It works very nicely because JunC++ion supports callbacks, allowing you to react to events (like ActionEvent or WindowEvent) in C++.