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Hi Guys,

I have to implement a publication listing application for Authors/Users using RMI..Im prety much new to using GUIs, and i am trying to figure out what type of GUI to use for my application..I did use HTML/CSS for a  servlet application before but apart from that i havent used any other GUIS..If i were to use HTML, i would have to use servlets to communicate with the RMI methods? Can anyone suggest a suitable GUI to use for RMI applications?

Thanks,
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Swing / AWT is the default and most commonly used java GUI, you can learn about it here, http://download.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/ui/overview/index.html.
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thanks thomas, was thinking of using that alrite
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You could also take a look at JavaFX (http://javafx.com) or SWT (http://www.eclipse.org/swt/). SWT is easy to work with (easier than swing IMHO) if you're already a Java developer. JavaFX looks good but requires you to learn the scripting language.
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