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Thread: UI in JAVA

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    Post UI in JAVA

    Hey I have to re-design and re-factor the UI which was implemented ten years back using JSP and Servlet by consideration of compatibility (browsers and OS), cost and effort. Please suggest me some java framework or other implementation .
    And I have to consider the code which was implemented 10 years back, while designing new one.
    And this iProject got from one MNC in intern.


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    Welcome to the forum! Please read this topic to learn how to post code in code or highlight tags and other useful info for new members.

    I don't think anyone can give you a useful answer with the info you've given. Google is your friend. Start searching and let us know when you have questions.

    Update:

    I happened across this article and thought you might find it a useful resource, perhaps not directly for the info it contains but for the information it references. I could be wrong.