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Swings in frameworks

 
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Hi

I work with a framework that supports only AWT. To improve look and feel, we need to integrate Swings. The framework is third party software and we cannot modify the framework. Is thr a way to integrate Swings with third party software? Like plug and play?
 
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"Sudha M", welcome to JavaRanch. Please check your private messages. You can see them by clicking My Private Messages.

To answer your question: It is not called "Swings", but Swing. There is no easy, "plug and play" way to integrate Swing with a third-party framework that only uses AWT. How to do this, and if it's easy or difficult, or even possible, depends on how that third-party framework works.
 
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