Toolbar provides an easy access to the frequently used tasks during the development process. It visually represents various options wherein you can choose the icon to perform the respective operation. Pointing to an icon displays the tool tip which briefly describes the option.
New Project : You can open a new project using this option. New project with the specified name will be opened in the project tree. Then you can create new screens under this project.
Open Project You can open an already existing project using this option. The project will be opened in the project tree.
Cut Bean : You can cut a bean from its existing place using this option.
Copy Bean : You can make a copy of a bean using this option. This option will copy a bean along with its property settings.
Paste Bean : You can paste a bean which is already copied or cut, using this option. This will have no effect if nothing is copied or cut.
Delete Beans :When a bean is no more needed, it can deleted from the Draw area using this option. Multiple deletion of bean can also be done.
Cancel : When you drag and drop a bean from the beans palette, you can drop the same in the Cancel button to cancel the dropping.
New Screen : This is used to create a new screen under the currently working project. By default, this invokes the Screen Builder which helps to create a new screen. To get a blank screen of build type Applicationdisable the Screen Builder checkbox in the 'Global Properties' dialog invoked using 'Properties -->Global Properties' menu item.
Save : This saves the screen that is currently selected. When you do not save the screen, the changes made are temporary as it gets reverted back when "Reload Project" option is chosen from "File" menu. Save Option can be used, when you need to make the changes permanently.
Undo : To Undo the previous action.
Redo : To Redo the previous action.
Compile : To compile the selected screen, use this option.
Run : To run the individual selected screen, use this option.
Bean Help : This will open javadocs for the bean that has been currently selected. Except the beans in SwingBeans.list (which are just the Java provided Swing components), javadocs for all the other beans are brought up in a Web Browser.