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Hi every one

Any idea of any J2EE product (open source or commercial) that can do wizard based, drag and drop web application for simple apps.

Handle stuff like master-details relations, creation of the screens, simple validations, CRU/ID functionality.


Thanks
 
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look at ext js
 
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I've been working a lot with jACOB for my job. It comes with an Eclipse plugin that allows you to graphically design your forms. There is an Open-jACOB version but that comes with limited database support.
 
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Aryan Khan wrote:wizard based, drag and drop web application
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creation of the screens, simple validations




GWT (Google Web Toolkit)


You guys might think I work for google by now (I wish I could)


 
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