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Hi all
I've got a question conserning the building of HUI's in Java.
I am interested in building some GUI's in java, and I need the performance to be as good as possible.
The best thing is to use the awt components right ? As far as I know the swing components are pretty slow.
Thanks in advance
/Svend Rost
 
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Hi Svend,
Am new to this forum. My reply may be late.
Swing is a hugh collection of GUI library and has much better functionality than AWT counterparts. Moreover many Swing components don't have AWT couter parts. Also other features like Pluggable LAF etc.
About performance, if u program with care the performance should not be a problem.
 
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