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answer this

 
kotha vijaybabu
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i dont know it should ask or not
but i wd like to clarify my doubt

when writing distributed applications,generally we write the client forms using html.
actually my doubt some may also use awt/swing.

wat is the difference between using html and awt/swing
both are woriking in the same way naaaaaaaaaaa
 
Pavan Tummala
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Its the difference between a thin client and an advanced thick client, based on the requirements you decide which one to go with, most of the time you will be happy with simple html
 
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Thin clients have been popular for many years, but there appears to be a slow movement towards the richer style clients based on technologies such as Flash/Flex/Lomboz, Ajax, Web start etc.

In future, please note we frown on titles such as 'answer this', it is not descriptive and doesn't give any idea about what the thread is about.

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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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