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Thread: QT Jambi

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    Default QT Jambi

    Just out of curiosity, how prevalent is Jambi used in the Java world vs. awt/swing? I've started getting into QT C++ development and have heard a great deal of good stuff about QT with C++, but very little about the Java bindings for QT (other than official support being dropped by Nokia).

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    Default Re: QT Jambi

    I have never used QT Jambi before. Whenever I am required to write a GUI, I always use Swing.
    The majority of the applications I am required to write are console based so I can't really comment on this.

    I have done some reading though and it looks interesting.

    Qt Jambi, released in early June 2007, is a development framework that integrates the Java programming language with Trolltech's popular C++ GUI development framework, Qt. Released under a dual open-source/commercial license, Qt Jambi enables Java developers using Java Standard Edition 5.0 (JSE 5.0) and later to leverage the features of the Qt framework. Along with industry-tested cross-platform support, Qt Jambi provides support for GUI development basics such as 2D and 3D graphics, drag-and-drop interobject event messaging, internationalization, SQL database access, XML and TCP/IP network protocols.
    Java desktop development with Qt Jambi - JavaWorld
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