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Java or VB.net which one is giving more amazing interface in GUI application

 
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Hi all , if I want to develop GUI application with fantastic interactive interface . I am good in java swing but when I see my friends creating their GUI applications using VB.net which is better than what I can do in java, even though both programs are functionally perfect and do the same job.   My question is do I have to learn VB.net for designing and creating good GUI application or I have to read a lot in how to design in java swing.
 
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Well, quite frankly, if you are interested in Visual Basic and .NET, it wouldn't hurt to take a look at it. After all, you don't have to commit to learn it completely, if after looking at it, you grow to hate it. And who knows??? You might even really like it...

Regardless, think of it as another tool in your tool set. It doesn't hurt to have more skills, which in turn, should make you more marketable.

Henry

 
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thanks a lot
 
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alsoumahi alBatal wrote:I am good in java swing but when I see my friends creating their GUI applications using VB.net which is better than what I can do in java



Have you looked at JavaFX?
 
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