Practically Groovy, SwingBuilder and the Twitter API, Part 1

Building Swing-based GUIs has never been easier

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Scott Davis

Date archived: April 19, 2017 | First published: September 29, 2009

In this Practically Groovy article, Scott Davis tackles a topic that strikes fear into most server-side Java™ developers: Swing. As you'll learn, Groovy's SwingBuilder takes some of the sting out of this powerful yet complex GUI framework.

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