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SwingWeb

Swingweb is an implementation of AWT toolkit that enables AWT/Swing application to be operating inside a web container and presented as a web application to the web browser, purely in HTML/CSS/javascript. There's no code conversion required for the swing application to run in the SwingWeb environment. Some of the features of SwingWeb include the following: * Support web-environment with multiple concurrent application sessions * Component-oriented architecture that allows developer to enable existing swing component to web environment easily * Support common AWT/Swing components in java.awt.* and javax.swing.* * Support all component layouts in jdk * Highly configurable use of jxp template for component presentation

 
CategoryWeb Frameworks
LicenseGNU Library or Lesser General Public License (LGPL)
HomePagehttp://swingweb.sourceforge.net





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