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An application built with [[Scout]] is a complete application.  
 
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* Rich client platforms with a J2EE Backend (Equinox, SWT/Swing)
 
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[[Scout SDK]] guides the developer in building Scout based SOA compliant applications.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
* [[Scout_Project_From_Existing_Workspace|Download an existing Scout application]]
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* {{ScoutLink|Tutorial|name=Scout Tutorials}}
* [[Scout_minicrm_Step-by-StepHowTo|Create your first Scout application]]
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* [[Scout_IMAP_Step-by-StepHowTo|Create your second Scout application]]
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An application built with Scout is a complete application. Typically it has a UI with perspectives, views, forms and pages. It may also have a back-end part that is running inside an application server with server-side Equinox.

Examples of such applications are:

  • Standalone rich client platforms (Equinox, SWT/Swing)
  • SOA/ESB node consisting of J2EE with service registry and web services (Equinox)
  • Rich client platforms with a J2EE Backend (Equinox, SWT/Swing)

Scout SDK guides the developer in building Scout based SOA compliant applications.

See also

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