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Converting Swing three-tier application to thin client

S Rrr
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I have swing based client interacting with JBoss server designed in MVC architecture. What is best and fast way to have a web based client rather than stand alone application ? Any help is really appreciated. Again this question is from a Java developer who is new to web technologies.
Martin Vajsar
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I've split your question to a new topic. Though it is a bit similar to the original topic, it is better to keep these two questions separate (please see UseOneThreadPerQuestion).

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