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Using SWT & JFACE outside eclipse IDE

Posted on 2009-07-14
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CAn we use SWT & JFACE to develop applications, which do not run in the Eclipse IDE? I want to know if it can be used in the context of a web application.
 I am lookign for a way if we can design applictions which can run both in the eclipse IDE and in a web server.

Any help / references is appreciated
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SWT and JFace are meant for desktop applications. There are some extensions to JFace to use on the web, but they run differently. I donot know of any technology which you can use to develop both web and desktop appliications.

The closest thing I think think of java web start where you can launch applications from the web.
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