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How to convert RMI based multiplayer game into web based java game?

 
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I have developed one RMI based multiplayer card game.
Now i want to develop the same into web based, browser based game?
please tell me which technologies(java based) I should use for it.
how should I do it?
 
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How are you using RMI?
 
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hi gilbert,

i have developed it by one Card bean, one client - interface, one server - interface, and two java handlers that handles client server communications.
GUI is developed using java swing.

now i just want to replace this with some java based technology for developing browser based game.
 
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So then you just want your client to run in a browser and comminicate with your server over RMI? If you already have a client-server architecture it should only be a matter of developing the browser based interface.
 
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Yes, gilbert.
I want to run my client on browser.
I am ready to replace RMI.
But how should I replace RMI?
Which technology will replace RMI?
 
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Why not continue to use RMI?
 
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IF you are able to describe the game in terms of messages being passed between "client" and "server" it will be a lot easier to convert into a web based game.

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