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ssl gui example?

 
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I know I sound lazy, but is there any ssl examples that use a get/post method and is written for swing? Like put the response to the GET in a textbox?

Also is there a book that teaches the basics of network programming easy enough for a newb like me?
 
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SSL is network protocol - what would a GUI for it accomplish? If you want see outgoing requests and incoming responses, you can use tools like the Firefox extension LiveHTTPHeaders, or a proxy like TCPMon (written in Java).
 
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What I mean is, all I find are ssl examples written for the console window. I want to know if there is an example out there, that you put a server and port into a textbox, and the headers in another, and press a button and you get the response into another textbox. Get it? Thanks for any help.
 
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Google and find. There are huge amount of utilities on the web. Also, it should not be difficult to write this utility.
 
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