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I have two questions.
I have just started coding on the FBN assignment.
I have some initial design ready.
My plan is to implement the FBN solution for local mode first . This is also meant to prototype my final solution.
Is this approach correct ?
My second question is regarding the choice for GUI .
Should we go for JApplet and thus have the feature of dynamic class loading feature incorporated in the final solution or choosing for a JFrame would suffice ?.
 
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I wouldnt prefer the use of JApplet due to the hassle of security issues. Dynamic class loading etc are beyond the scope of the project IMHO.
 
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