Updated: 6/4/03; 19:22:24.
Web Archetypes and OS X

Monday, May 19, 2003

What in the world does Microsoft's Empower Program for ISVs have to do with Java? I just got the latest issue of Java Developer's Journal and there is an ad for Microsoft's program. Is there room on the a Java Developer's workstation for Microsoft's development tools? How is this extending the reach of Java? How is this helping the Java community? Anybody care to enlighten me?

I have to admit, this one has me wondering.
8:47:14 PM    The Soapbox

via Zope.org: "Epoz allows you to edit Zope-objects with a wysiwyg-editor. No plugins are required. You only have to use a recent browser (IE >= 5.5, Mozilla >= 1.3.1) that supports Rich-Text-controls (called Midas for Mozilla)."

Feel like giving it a whirl? Swing by Epoz-Test-Suite on freezope.org
8:14:44 PM    The Soapbox

via Micromata Technology: "Schrödinger contains all programming advantages of Java and Tomcat but is easier to learn and to use. A sometimes difficult server configuration is dropped and makes space for creating, developing and designing web applications. Community edition of Schrödinger is full functional and it is freeware."

Mac OS X Java developers and web designers using JSP and Tomcat in their projects will welcome this resource.
6:12:18 AM    The Soapbox

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