Thursday, July 21, 2005

OpenLaszlo for Eclipse



IBM and Laszlo Systems say they’re planning to jointly link the OpenLaszlo rich Net application development system to the open source Eclipse platform.

LinuxWorld says the IDE for Laszlo plug-in that hooks OpenLaszlo to Eclipse, previously available on the IBM alphaWorks technology site, is now being formally contributed to the Eclipse Foundation.

"It's the actual source code that's getting contributed,” Antony Campitelli, vp of marketing at Laszlo is quoted as saying. “The proposal is now on the Eclipse Web site."

OpenLaszlo is an open source XML-native platform that can run in any modern browser, according to the companies, says the story.

“With it, functionality similar to what has been available in desktop applications can be provided.”

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