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Examples of heavy GUI apps

Aaron Roberts
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Can people provide examples of java apps which are GUI intensive? I don't mean image viewers, unless there are lots of menus and tools in the program. I'm thinking of word processors, hex editors, 3d renders, whatever. I don't care about native widgets, SWT, or the like. I'm interested in heavy use of UI elements

Some I can think of -

- Abeille
- Eclipse
- NetBeans
- Azureus?
- Oracle9i (install program)

Others?

Regards,
Aaron R>
Gregg Bolinger
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Looking throught the Swing Sightings will get you a huge list.
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Don Kiddick
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JBuilder
Barry Andrews
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JDeveloper is another good one.

If you want an example of what a Java GUI should not look like, look at IBM DB2 7 and/or 8 on Windows.
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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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