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InfoWorld: Inprise/Borland embraces Apple

Jul 12, 2000, 18:50 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Inprise/Borland Monday officially pledged its support for Apple Computer's next operating system Mac OS X, marking the tools developer's first foray into the Macintosh world...."

"The Macintosh news met with a rousing reception at the Borland conference from the more than 3,000 developers in attendance, according to Fuller. "I was blown away by the response from a typically Windows crowd. It knocked their socks off," he said."

"JBuilder for Mac OS X will support Apple's upcoming Aqua GUI (graphical user interface) allowing developers to create Java applications that run on the new Macintosh operating system and can make use of Aqua's design elements, according to Inprise/Borland. Mac OS X will include support for Sun Microsystems's Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE)."

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