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I would like to know if there are any Java based framework for dragging and dropping UI elements to a specific area and creating an HTML out of that. I'm looking for something similar to what we have in the IDE wherein we drag the HTML elements and place them in a content area, align them, specify properties and finally save the entire page as HTML. Any tailor made solution available? Please suggest guys!
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Did a rm -R / to find out that I lost my entire Linux installation!
Anyways, I did have a look at that. It looks fine from my perspective but need to think on how good would that integrate into a browser??
The typical scenario is the user will be presented with a screen (a web app) and he clicks on the link on that screen which says "create new form" and then I need to present him with another screen (a pop up or in the same browser window) and in that screen I need to give him the standard HTML elements in a palette which he can drag and drop to a canvas, align them in the canvas, click them to set the properties like its color, and so on and then finally when he is done with the dragging and dropping and aligning, he clicks on save and when he clicks on save I capture the entire form and save that as HTML.