How to pass a Web application made in java with bootstrap to desktop application

We have an system build in Java Web using MVC with views in HTML and database in postgres. The view is made in HTML with bootstrap and uses SQLite and webservices to send the data to the server to save or load data.

The problem we have for the type of system is that the HTML view is slow and consumes many resources, for example:
1 - in the autocomplete has no selection, while they grab the mouse and go it takes it out
2 - the use of keys in fields is not very intuitive and tends to be slow
3- it is slow compared to a desktop application

We would like to pass it to a normal desktop application that does not require so many resources to
Run and do not have the browser dependencies we currently have.

What would be the best way to do it and what could we use?
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girionisConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Unfortunately, to the best of my knowledge, there is no easy way to do it. You would have to manually re-write the front end to a desktop application. There is no easy way to get a bootstrap application and create a corresponding (lets say) Swing or any other desktop app.

what could we use?

The choice is yours. If you already have Java expertise, moving into Swing is a good choice.
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girionisCommented:
This is the correct answer. It has to be done automatically.
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