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Thread: Front End For Air Traffic Control Simulation

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    Question Front End For Air Traffic Control Simulation

    Hey all, my first post -

    In very brief, I'm a student designing and developing an Air Traffic Control (ATC) system for incoming aircraft, mainly implementing the part which handles the queuing system for approaching aircraft.

    I have about 9 months java experience and was wondering what Front End technology I should use for this?

    Has anybody got any recommendations they think would suit best for this application?

    Many thanks for any advice.

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    Default Re: Front End For Air Traffic Control Simulation

    This question is way too broad to give you a specific answer.

    The go-to Java front-end library is Swing. But JavaFX seems to be the next big thing in Java, so you might be better off exploring that.

    That's assuming you even want a Java application. You might want something web-based, or an Android app.
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