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2013-02-14
2013-02-15
  • MarcelAmorim

    MarcelAmorim - 2013-02-14

    My company will begin to develop a java ERP and we decide to use the OpenSwing to help us, but we need to know if this project is active, because the last update was at 2011.
    Thanks.

     
  • MarcelAmorim

    MarcelAmorim - 2013-02-14

    Thank you Luis for your help, but I need to develop a desktop application, because I already have an application in another language (very old) with a lot of clients using it, and I want to convert this application to java, but before do this, I need to know if this project is dead or is just so stable that don't need more updates.
    If you know another framework please tell me.

     
    • Luis Esnaola

      Luis Esnaola - 2013-02-14

      Hi again,

      I've developed a business intelligent software using OpenSwing framework
      and I haven't had any problem to develop. It's true that the first time
      it's hard, but after that, it's easy. You can do a good software. In my
      opinion is enough stable.

      I send you a image of my software.

      Luis.
      Bye.

      2013/2/14 MarcelAmorim marcelca@users.sf.net

      Thank you Luis for your help, but I need to develop a desktop application,
      because I already have an application in another language (very old) with a
      lot of clients using it, and I want to convert this application to java,
      but before do this, I need to know if this project is dead or is just so
      stable that don't need more updates.
      If you know another framework please tell me.


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