LinuxMall.com: Borland Does JavaJul 13, 2000, 18:23 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Inprise/Borland announced plans at its annual conference, continuing this week, to extend its JBuilder Java development environment from Linux, Solaris and Windows, to Apple's upcoming operating system (OS) X, slated for release early next year."
"The added flexibility is geared to simplify developers' lives. "In the past, developers would end up using different tools on different platforms, thus giving up productivity and support for the latest standards or (more often) they wouldn't use a development environment at all - reaching a productivity bottleneck," said Jürgen Fesslmeier, the product manager responsible for JBuilder at Borland, in JBuilder Developer's Journal."
"According to Borland, JBuilder's support for Apple's Aqua graphical user interface (GUI) lets Java developers build applications on the Macintosh platform that take advantage of Aqua's design elements."
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