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    What is the use of LWUIT and eSWT in Symbian OS?

    Hi,
    I'm working eclipse i want what is the use of LWUIT and eSWT in Symbian OS?
    how to use LWUIT and eSWT in eclipse. what is the difference b/w two.
    what is the better use in eclipse please help me.

    thanQ

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    Re: What is the use of LWUIT and eSWT in Symbian OS?

    You're asking on the wrong forum. LWUIT and eSWT are Java technologies and Java forums would be a better place (and it doesn't matter - or at least it shouldn't matter - whether you use LWUIT or eSWT on Symbian, or on Series 40, or on some other manufacturer's phones that support JME, Java Micro Edition).

    Short descriptions of both:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LWUIT

    http://www.developer.nokia.com/Community/Wiki/ESWT

    In general, I suppose, you should ignore eSWT (seems like a bit of a a dead-end, whereas LWUIT is alive and kicking). And if moderators move this thread to a Java forum, perhaps someone with actual, practical experience with both can comment further...

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    Re: What is the use of LWUIT and eSWT in Symbian OS?

    thanks for your reply.

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    Re: What is the use of LWUIT and eSWT in Symbian OS?

    sounds good to me...

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