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I am wondering if I wrote a little simple documentation and provided the JavaDoc, would it be enough documentation for a application GUI manager library for java?

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As GUI libraries / frameworks can follow a lot of different philosophies, I'd recommend some introductory texts, example code and visual results.

JavaDoc alone is only sufficient if the class model is self-explanatory, and I don't know any GUI framework where this is true.

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