Using java to develop a photo editor
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Posted By:   benny_shemesh
Posted On:   Thursday, February 27, 2003 06:26 PM

I want to develop an application would: Be downloaded to clients from my website Be used to manipulate (crop,resize,change brightness etc.)images Be small size download as possible Be universal (install anywhere) for most of the charechteristics java gives answer to these problems however I am facing these questions: performacne issues how would windows people accept the delays that you have in a java appliction do you think I should worry about it? If I have to bundle with my application the jre and jni libraries that would make the download about 6-10 mb too big?? What do you think about bundling a containe   More>>

I want to develop an application would:

Be downloaded to clients from my website
Be used to manipulate (crop,resize,change brightness etc.)images
Be small size download as possible
Be universal (install anywhere)

for most of the charechteristics java gives answer to
these problems however I am facing these questions:



performacne issues how would windows people accept the
delays that you have in a java appliction do you think
I should worry about it?



If I have to bundle with my application the jre and jni
libraries that would make the download about 6-10 mb
too big??



What do you think about bundling a container (tomcat) and
writing the applicatoin as a servelt does it make
sence?



Thank you for your time if you could answer any of these
questions for me or direct me to a place where I can
post or possible read informatio about these
questions??




best regards

benny.

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Re: Using java to develop a photo editor

Posted By:   Bryan_Dollery  
Posted On:   Sunday, March 2, 2003 03:07 PM

Why would you want to do this? There are plenty of open-source and shareware applications that do the same thing, and more. This is reinventing the wheel somewhat.

To answer your specific questions.

1. Java GUIs appear to be just as responsive as standard windows GUIs.

2. Yes, 10MB is far too big for what you're discussing.

3. You can't do this in a servlet.

Cheers,

Bryan
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