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Thus, creating a GUI in SWT means that you'll be able to reuse that code to create almost any kind GUI. You want to deploy your GUI as a rich fat-client application? Use the Eclipse RCP. You want to deploy your application as a rich thin-client application? Use RSWT. You want a Swing GUI? Deploy with SWTSwing. You want to deploy your application as an HTML/Javascript based GUI that can run in a browser? Use RUI: http://www.cortext.co.il/java_server.html. You get the idea, you can do almost anything with a GUI written in SWT.

 

At any rate, what I am trying to bring to the table is what appears everyone here wants, an eclipse style pluggable UI Framework with a Swing UI. I am working on my own UI layer, but I am open for people to help out on that area! The more we get, the faster we can get it done.

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