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On Thursday, July 22, 2004, at 10:56 AM, email@hidden wrote:Thanks for the information. It looks very interesting. Just a few questions:
But... why use Java at all, if it's not going to be cross-platform?!? Isn't there any way of writing a good-looking Java application with the ease of InterfaceBuilder, or Delphi or VB...?
I do know that Apple sells a superb product, WebObjects, that does much of what you're asking, though what you can design with that is a client-side rich user interface for a network application. The GUI building tool works just like IB and produces a Java application that runs on the client's computer. The client communicates with a server running the WebObjects server application.
Apple offers an evaluation version on their developers Web site. Their Developer Library series has a title, "Inside WebObjects: WebObjects Overview." (That's where I'm getting this information from.) There are also some books on the subject from several reputable publishers.
Here is a very informative Web site from a developer who isn't shy about singing the praises of WO:
I hope this is of some help.
|>Re: Java and MacOS (From: Mario Diana <email@hidden>)|
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