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how to use Tabs(e.g in swing apps) in JSP

Monica. Shiralkar
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it is not possible to call Swing in JSP.but I have seen components in JSP websites which look like spring components with Tabs.which ones to use then. I want to give professional look to website with options,.Instead of menu I want to make like Tabs.which components to use for tabs.thanks
Bear Bibeault
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It's all a matter of using HTML, JavaScript and CSS to create the elements that create "tabs".

As this has nothing to do with JSP, it's been moved to the HTML forum.


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Bear Bibeault
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For example, one possible implementation is the tab widget of jQuery UI..

There are many others, or you could build your own if you know HTML, CSS and JavaScript well.
Bear Bibeault
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Another possibility, if you are knowledgable in Java, but not in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, is to use the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to generate a web site from Java code.

I'm not personally a fan of this approach, but it might be a viable option for people or companies that have only Java expertise.
Arun Giridhar
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Bear Bibeault wrote:I'm not personally a fan of this approach


Why


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Bear Bibeault
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We're not going to sidetrack this topic with a discussion of GWT, but suffice it to say that I can hand-code much better HTML, JavaScript and CSS without having a tool (with all its limitations) generating the code for me.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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