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I noticed your new book covers Swing. Over the years I have always avoided learning Swing since most of our applications that have user-interfaces are web-based and use html, jsp, servlets, etc. I have always thought that Swing was "going away". In your opinion, are there practical reasons for using Swing and do you know if it is still widely used? Thanks.
 
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With the great penetration of mobiles in the worlds, the flat-client applications for mobile devices are on rise again. There is no reason to ignore Swing development completely.
 
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