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What is next with NetBeans Thick Clients?

Travis Berthelot
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Joined: Oct 30, 2004
Posts: 24
I have used NetBeans since 2002, and I have found it to be the most useful IDE for GUI development.

Although, I don't know where they are headed with the Thick Client stuff.

Do you?
Alaa Nassef
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Joined: Jan 28, 2008
Posts: 467
I really don't understand the question. I know that a thin client is a client that serves mainly as a GUI, and the server does most of the processing, where in a thick/fat client, most processing is done on the client side to reduce server and network load. What does netbeans has to do with any of this?


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