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Running Griffon Based Application as a applet?

Ramakrishna Sharvirala
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Joined: Sep 05, 2005
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I am relatively new to Griffon framework. I am just evaluating the features of Griffon. Is it possible to run griffon based application as a applet and so that i can embed them in my web application using applet tag in views? If it is possible, do we need to handle to any browser specific issues across different platforms?

S.Ramakrishna
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James Williams
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Joined: Apr 18, 2009
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Yes, you can. Griffon comes with a run-applet target. That command generates a html file that you can use for embedding an applet. You should stick to Swing-based toolkits as YMMV with the non-Swing ones like SWT, GTK, etc.
 
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