Unfortunately for your project, I have no plan to support Swing as covering JavaFX is already a big job.
If you are looking for a solution to run your app without a server like WebFX does, I don't think that exists for Swing.
But if you don't mind having a server, there are solutions like WebSwing that can run your app on a server, and then you can have a kind of remote desktop of it in the browser.
On Wednesday, 9 November 2022 at 12:39:48 UTC Jonathan Franchesco Torres Bca wrote:
Hi,And what about JFC Swing which is interoperable with JavaFX.
I have a desktop application that mixes both and we use substance to improve the display of the controlsI leave an exampleEl mar, 8 nov 2022 a las 9:38, Bruno Salmon (<dev.s...@gmail.com>) escribió:Hi,I'm working on a JavaFX transpiler powered by GWT.It lets you use JavaFX as a UI toolkit in your GWT apps.The JavaFX API is far from completely covered, but you can already see some interesting results.The project is on GitHub for those who are interested.https://github.com/webfx-project/webfxIf you have any questions, please let me know.--You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "GWT Users" group.
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