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By alecn
via java.dzone.com
Published: Mar 18 2014 / 23:58

In a recent post, the author stated that: "[h]aving "MessageBox.Show()" in your code is almost always an indicator of a poorly designed interaction or notification and contributes to a poor user experience." There was some debate in the comments about why or how he could claim this.
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