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What is a good front end to use for a Java web based game?

James Elsey
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I'm creating a game that will be hosted on the google app engine, which technology would be best for the front end or user interace?

I'm thinking that an applet may not be suitable to my game, and neither will regular JSP pages, what other alternatives do I have?


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Mike Peters
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Joined: Oct 10, 2009
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It depends on the type of game you want to make. Flash is popular, but I think an applet with JOGL should work excellent.


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