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Tutorial: Migrate your Swing application to SWT

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One of the reasons for the success of the Eclipse platform is the performance of its user interface compared to other Java applications. The SWT is a key contributor to that success. SWT allows you to build cross-platform user interfaces that are as rich as Swing UIs and that perform as well as native UIs, but the toolkit does have a drawback: SWT is not compatible with AWT and Swing. The author offers a comprehensive, hands-on guide to porting a Swing application to SWT using extensive code samples to illustrate the techniques.
 read more | mail this link | score:4927 | -Idean Momtaheni, January 24, 2004 (Updated: September 17, 2004)
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