Tuesday, June 22, 2004

Eclipse readies 'rich client' software

Eclipse readies 'rich client' software - News - ZDNet
The Eclipse open-source software foundation next week plans to release software that will offer developers an alternative to Windows for delivering desktop applications.

Eclipse 3.0, which is freely available software aimed at Java programmers, includes tools for building and running so-called rich-client applications, which have more sophisticated graphics capabilities than standard Web browser-based applications.

The Eclipse software, which was originally developed by IBM, also provides a single 'framework' that different development tools can plug into.

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