__/ [ asj ] on Thursday 18 May 2006 07:22 \__
> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> It retains good momentum and more services will come our way, which
>> obviate the need for desktop-bound software. That's a prime aim. Snatch
>> users from
> Hey, I'm all for the network is the computer ;-)
Why antagonise the inevitable vocation of modern computing? *smile*
>> > If you'd like to build stuff like Google Maps they just released a Java
>> > software development framework that allows you to do just that (with
>> > some cool examples and demos):
>> That has been available for almost 6 months.
> The GWT? Funny, but this google blog says it launched just yesterday at
> The way the blogs are going on right now, I think this is the case:
Oh, sorry. The confusion here iwas this: you were talking about the tools for
constructing Google Maps, whereas I was talking about the API's and the
openness which made some many nice tools available, e.g.
>> > Google Web Toolkit - Build AJAX apps in the Java language
>> > http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/
>> They have a beta version for GNU/Linux now.
> Maybe you're mixing this with another Google tool? Goodness knows these
> guys have been cranking out the tools recently....
> Anyways, let the googling begin!
No Opera? At least you have that 'JRE pile' with Google Groups on top.
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