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Project Summary

wingS is a servlet development framework for Web applications. It features Swing-like components and utilizes Swing models, Swing events, and a very similar API yet featuring transparent AJAX. A special LayoutManager allows you to place components using designer provided HTML templates. The HTML code generation of the components supports PLAF (Pluggable Look and Feel), so it is possible to create a different output, like plain HTML for barrier-free user interfaces.

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ajax comet development event-driven framework java mvc ria servlet swing web

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Project Security

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Languages

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XML
27%
Java
47%
XSL Transformation
17%
7 Other
9%

30 Day Summary

Jun 9 2019 — Jul 9 2019

12 Month Summary

Jul 9 2018 — Jul 9 2019

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