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  Outsourcing Java SE
Subject:   Outsourcing Java SE
Date:   2006-07-14 10:40:40
From:   Mr.Kofon
That pretty sums it up for Java on the desktop. As for us, we're glad that there is SWT. We've written a number of Java/SWT applications (on Windows) and some of our clients don't often know they're running a Java application until they uninstall their JRE! SWT isn't perfect but it gets better with every release. Regarding Eclipse, I think they took the right step when they decided to go with native widgets/controls. And I agree, Apple would do really good job with "JDE" (Java Desktop Edition). They'll probably come up with a nice name for it (unlike Sun).