"Anyone who can put up a simple website can now also code
complex Linux applications.
"On Tuesday, IBM released the source code for SashXB, a
scripting language that allows people with basic programming skills
to create Linux applications by working with simple website-style
"But SashXB is more than just a way to simplify Linux
development. Programmers of all skill levels can use SashXB to
create "weblications," Linux applications that "live" on the
desktop just like a traditional application, but can be updated as
easily as a Web page..."
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