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Groovy has several options available for writing GUI code:

  • you can directly use any of the AWT and Swing classes built in to Java
  • you can use any Java libraries which sit on top of or alongside Swing, e.g.:
  • you can use Groovy's SwingBuilder (see Further Details)
  • you can use SwingXBuilder - currently a Google SoC project (see Further Details)
  • you can use the JIDE builder for the open source JIDE Common Layer
  • you can use the GroovySWT module
  • you can use the wingS framework: (example) (comparison to swing)

You might also consider using FEST for testing your GUI application as shown here.

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